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Take a look at how Google has supported equality in the past, and how they're doing it now for LGBT Pride Month!
Jacquelline Fuller, director of corporate giving for Google Inc., resigned as board member of World Vision after the group quickly reversed a policy that would have allowed the group to hire gay employees who get married.
For International Women's Day, Google's posted a Doodle that features women on a broad spectrum of locations, ages, and races, speaking different languages, engaging in various activities, and occupying an array of roles.
Google is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a heartwarming and inclusive Google Doodle. Six candy hearts take the iconic spot on Google’s homepage and each heart when clicked offers a unique first-person love story complete with adorable animation.
"In 2013, the world searched for…", the ad begins. What the people of the world found was "new beginnings," and "inspiration," in the form of the LGBT community, its milestones, and its allies.
On Dec. 3, the first business day following World AIDS Day, Google will be hosting a How to Survive a Plague Google+ Hangout from its New York City Headquarters.
Google employees speak out in support of marriage equality in a new video by TheFour.com.
Google announces a new campaign "Legalize Love" in an attempt to change discrimnation against LGBT people and create equality in the workplace worldwide.
In recognition of Keith Haring’s birthday, Google changed its homepage graphic to one made from the artist’s iconic figures.
If you let this morning's Google Doodle play all the way through - after the j