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At Bank of America, we have a longstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion. We’re proud to continue tradition by standing alongside Love Has No Labels in a partnership focused on building a more inclusive world for everyone, regardless of age, race, gender, sexuality, disability or religion.

Read on to learn more about our partnership with Love Has No Labels and our commitment to diversity and inclusion.


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Celebrating Love Has No Labels this Valentine’s Day

For years, kiss cams have been a big part of American sports culture. This year, Love Has No Labels put a twist on the kiss cam by turning it into a symbol for unbiased love. In a video produced by the Ad Council, fans throughout the stadium cheered for love in all its forms - regardless of race, gender, disability, age or religion.

The Love Has No Labels campaign challenges us to address our unconscious bias ― the snap judgments we make based on what we see, or the little we know about a person ― to be more inclusive. Our support of the campaign is another example of how we are helping to build inclusive communities where all people and viewpoints can thrive. As a company, we invest in all employees through programs that strengthen a culture of inclusion, mutual respect, teamwork and positive engagement. That includes unconscious bias training, rolled out globally to more than 27,000 employees since 2013; inclusion training that had more than 90,000 completions in 2016 alone; and our 11 Employee Networks open to all employees across the globe.

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Bank of America employees around the country celebrate Pride

Bank of America employees and friends came together in cities around the country to support one another during Pride celebrations and events. Locally, Employee Network chapters participated in Pride parades, festivals and other programs in support of the communities where many of us live and work.

Across markets, we encouraged entire communities to march together in support of Pride. We know that our differences can strengthen our connections and help to build stronger, more thriving communities. We seek to set an example of the importance of valuing, supporting, embracing and celebrating diversity – whether we’re in Boston, Massachusetts, Los Angeles, California, Charlotte, North Carolina or somewhere in between.

Learn more about our participation in Pride celebrations.

Fewer Labels, More Love

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Everyone deserve to be treated with fairness and respect. It’s not a radical idea. So why do so many people report feeling discriminated against?

That’s why the Ad Council’s Love Has No Labels campaign seeks to promote inclusion by encouraging people to recognize their implicit biases. Implicit biases unknowingly influence the way we treat people, the way we interact with strangers and friends and the way we view the world.

But they don’t have to.

The goal of the Love Has No Labels campaign is to create more awareness of implicit biases. To help people see others for who they are, not categories into which they can be divided. To help people be more accepting. More understanding. More kind. To ask people to examine their behaviors and make more informed decisions.

Find out more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Bank of America partners with Ad Council on Love Has No Labels Campaign

“We’re proud to be a leader in diversity and inclusion, something that has been a priority for us for many years,” said Cynthia Bowman, Chief Diversity and Inclusion officer. “This commitment comes through in everything we do, from our people, our policies, benefits, programs and partnerships. Our support of the Love Has No Labels campaign is another example of how we’re embracing the diverse lives of our people and helping to build inclusive communities where all people and viewpoints can thrive.”

Learn more about our partnership with Ad Council.


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