Diversity & inclusion
On this episode of our original podcast, Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. discusses his passion for history, finding his genealogical roots and chronicling the African-American experience—past and present.
We are celebrating ten years of partnership with Vital Voices on the Global Ambassadors Program by recognizing the impact of the program, including highlighting mentors and mentees and all those who have shared their time and expertise through this initiative.
Our 2020 Bank of America Student Leaders have been finding their voice and developing leadership skills to help them tackle some of the challenges we face, from a health and humanitarian crisis to the need for greater racial equality.
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Celebrating 100 years of supporting the military
Hear what women have to say about their careers in tech & their advice for those starting out.
Love has no race, religion, or gender. Proud supporter of Love Has No Labels.
Learn more about The Vietnam War in this letter from Ken Burns and Lynn Novick.
When Brooklyn Dodgers’ General Manager Branch Rickey went looking for a Negro League ballplayer to cross baseball’s decades-old color line, he was not shopping merely for athletic ability, the historian John Thorn told us, he was shopping for character. Jack Roosevelt Robinson, a twenty-six-year-old shortstop for the Kansas City Monarchs, had more than most.
Read a letter from Ken Burns, as he describes his latest film, COUNTRY MUSIC.
In Season 2 of our That Made All the Difference podcast, host and Bank of America executive Alicia Burke explores how achievers of all kinds are adapting to a changing reality.