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  • P&G tells stories of racial bias in America
  • P&G tells stories of racial bias in America
    My Black is Beautiful | Youtube (2017) ©
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P&G tells stories of racial bias in America

P&G and the ‘My Black is Beautiful’ initiative worked together to create an ad spot that tells the stories of black mothers teaching difficult lessons to their children about racial bias. The two-minute video uses creative storytelling to encourage empathy and understanding among viewers.

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