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Mark Zuckerberg Live Fails In Front Of 800K Viewers

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg live failed after 52 minutes in front of large audience.

After yesterday’s live, that saw the stock rally up 3.2%, after announcing the business venture between Shopify and Facebook.

Mark Zuckerberg went live, once again, about an hour ago, to talk about what would tomorrow who look like for Facebook employees, and he took the time for 50 minutes to go on a long monologue about comp, and announcing teleworking as potential long term trend to prevent from COVID-19.

In a live-streamed town hall, Mark Zuckerberg gave an overview for what he expects in the near future as Facebook  pursues accommodations to keep workers productive and safe during the COVID-19 crisis.

Part of Zuckerberg’s vision, includes the surprise announcement that Facebook will be setting up new company hubs in Denver, Dallas and Atlanta, and also noted that Facebook will focus on finding new hires in areas near its existing offices, as he estimates that over the course of the next decade, half of the company could be working fully remotely.

Facebook s'associe avec Shopify et lance la plateforme Facebook ...
Shopify partners with Facebook to help businesses launch branded Facebook Shops

after 52 minutes in, the broadcast failed in front of almost a million viewer, which never went back on-air. only a green screen of their live broadcaster as a way to end the video.

The company and Big Zuck are apparently so embarrassed, they didn’t even bother proceed to go back live and the company that was taking of it know as TheSwitch could be in serious trouble with such a failure.

Two weeks ago, Mark Zuckerberg went live on Facebook to announce another add-on to their numerous feature, with live video conference called ‘messenger room‘ that clearly rank them as a new challenger to Zoom. Therefor that really bad publicity for the publicly traded company.

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Artists Respond to Ongoing Black Lives Matter Protests in America

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The music industry observed “Black Out Tuesday” on June 2 in response to the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Tyler, Ahmaud Arbery and countless other Black Americans. Major labels, publishing and public relations companies and artists took a day to provide a space for the voices who need it most, sharing the message of solidarity in the fight against racism. Everything from music and video releases to publicity updates were put on hold, allowing individuals to focus more on the issue at hand.



On top of aligning with the industry shutdown, many artists have taken initiative to further support the Black Lives Matter movement by sharing their personal statements, joining the street protests in their local communities and donating to relevant organizations. For the individual, here are resources on how to stay informed, vocal and safe.

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Bank of America Announces $1B USD Contribution to Help Address Racial Inequality

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As protests across the nation continue, the Bank of America has announced a $1 billion USD contribution to help local communities address economic and racial inequality.

In a press release, the second-largest American bank revealed a four-year commitment of additional support for people and communities of color that have experienced a greater impact from the ongoing health crisis.



“Underlying economic and social disparities that exist have accelerated and intensified during the global pandemic,” said CEO Brian Moynihan. “The events of the past week have created a sense of true urgency that has arisen across our nation, particularly in view of the racial injustices we have seen in the communities where we work and live. We all need to do more.”

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Smithsonian’s African American Museum Shares Online Portal for Conversations About Race

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Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC) has launched “Talking About Race,” an online platform that urges valuable and effective conversations about race and racism in America.

Coming as countrywide protests demanding justice for the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, the platform has been in development for some time now. As “one of the nation’s most challenging topics,’ NMAACH’s interim director Spencer Crew hopes that “people will use this site to become more comfortable about engaging in honest dialogue and self-reflection.”



According to reports, Talking About Race includes over a hundred multimedia tools in the form of videos, scholarly articles and exercises that can help anyone and everyone join the discourse in a suitable and productive way. The online platform features resources that cover topics like the historical foundations of race, the ideology of whiteness, the importance of self-care, how a system of oppression is built and more. Financially backed by the Atlantic Philanthropies, it also utilizes decades-worth of collective research coordinated by the NMAAHC’s education staff, and includes insights from the likes of Bishop Desmond Tutu, Audre Lord, Ibram X, Kendi and other historians, psychologists and activists.

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