Celebrating Pride 365 at The Walt Disney Company

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At The Walt Disney Company, we strive to build an inclusive culture, honoring and actively supporting the contributions and stories of our LGBTQIA+ employees, talent, and beyond to foster change during Pride Month and all year long. Learn how to celebrate Pride Month with Disney throughout June and beyond.

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Rising Together with The Walt Disney Company

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In May, we’re Rising Together as we celebrate Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. We seek to increase the visibility and presence of AANHPIs and create opportunities to illuminate and combat the many ways these communities experience bias, racism, and inequity.​

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Disney UNCF Corporate Scholars Named for 2022 Cohort

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The Walt Disney Company and the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) announced the 2022 Disney UNCF Corporate Scholars, representing students from four-year institutions across the country, including many Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).

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Rising to the Moment of March Madness with ‘Feel it Here’

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The NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship is one of ESPN’s premier events every spring and such an occasion deserves a marketing campaign befitting of the moment. “Feel it Here” encompasses the emotions and gravitas of a championship run, with reflections of two-star players who know the experience well – A’ja Wilson and Diana Taurasi.

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Welcome Spring and Celebrate Holi, the Festival of Color

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In celebration of Holi, we caught up with Shagorika Ghosh Perkins, the series’ cultural consultant and consulting producer, and Emmy-nominated writer and producer Sascha Paladino, the series’ executive producer, to find out a little more about the episode and Disney Junior’s first show featuring a South Asian protagonist.

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