Includes Partnership with the National Birth Equity Collaborative to Raise the Quality of Care for Black Mothers
CINCINNATI, June 14, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Anticipation, excitement, and joy. These are common emotions used to describe new and expecting parents leading up to the arrival of their baby. But for a Black parent, joy on the journey to the due date is often hard fought for as they navigate a health system that has consistently failed them.
The latest iteration of Pantene’s #BeautifuLGBTQ+ campaign encourages real LGBTQ+ representation and self-expression through hair in marketing and advertising.
CINCINNATI, June 7, 2022 /3BL Media/ - For many in the LGBTQ+ community hair is more than how you look - it’s how you’re seen. A haircut or style is a powerful tool for self-expression and gives people confidence to be their true selves. However, while hair plays such a critical role in how this community expresses itself, it's often depicted in a stereotypical way, which can lead to bias. This is especially true for how hair shows up across marketing & advertising.
Keep Forests Green furthers the commitment to protect, grow and restore forests every single day
CINCINNATI, June 2, 2022 /3BL Media/ - For Bounty Paper Towels, green has always been their color but beyond that, it’s also been part of their mission to keep forests green. This World Environment Day, The Quicker Picker Upper is furthering efforts to protect, grow and restore forests.
Meet the People and Organizations Driving Visibility and Making Impact Toward Equality & Inclusion During Pride Month
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the LGBTQ+ community has faced the loss of livelihoods, lack of access to critical life-affirming healthcare, increased domestic violence and social isolation as many of the organizations they count on for these services are on the brink of survival — setting the movement back decades. Many LGBTQ+ centers rely on Pride Month to raise awareness of their mission and funds to support their efforts.
Thibault Trancart was born sighted. Although cancer led to his loss of sight, he wouldn’t change his life. “It was the most beautiful thing that happened to me,” says Thibault. “A chain of events brought me here…I would have never become an Alpine skiing racer or gone to Canada to study. When I put all that side by side, I could say I would not go back to sight,” says Thibault (pronounced Tebo).
Always rallies allies on the Hill, ahead of Menstrual Hygiene Day, in support of Congresswoman Grace Meng’s Menstrual Equity for All Act – which would help systemically end period poverty in the U.S.
WASHINGTON, May 27, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Always, the leader in global menstrual care, and International Paper, the leading global supplier of renewable fiber-based products, are partnering to drive systemic solutions to help #EndPeriodPoverty. In the lead up to Menstrual Hygiene Day, on May 28, they organized an event in Washington D.C. to support Congresswoman Grace Meng’s Menstrual Equity for All Act. This bill would ensure that all young people have access to free period products at school, so that no one would have to miss out because of their period.
“We simply can’t be at our best unless our people are at their best.”
“Protecting the health and safety of P&G people is our first priority. It’s also key to enabling a superior employee experience so we can, in turn, deliver superiority for our customers and consumers,” said Chief Human Resources Officer Tracey Grabowski.
“Wellness has come into sharp focus over the past two years, but our goal at P&G is to make well-being a priority that enables maximized business impact year after year,” she said. “We simply can’t be at our best unless our people are at their best.”