In this post: Rich Jones, who works in people operations at Google, is the host of a personal finance podcast called “Paychecks & Balances.
Melonie Parker graduating from Hampton University, a historically Black research university in Hampton, Virginia.
Editor’s note: Welcome to A Matter of Impact, Google.org’s monthly digest, where we highlight what the team’s been up to and spotlight some of the incredible nonprofits and Google.
Radio reaches more Americans every week than any other platform. Public radio stations in the United States have over 3,000 local journalists and each day they create audio news reports about the communities they serve.
Marcus Davis, owner of The Breakfast Klub.
Every year, approximately 40 million women undergo breast-cancer screening in the U.S. using a procedure called mammography.
Across Google and YouTube, we are always working to protect our users from harmful content, especially the kind of horrific, illegal content referred to as child sexual abuse material (CSAM).
Last year, Google’s Women Techmakers launched “Founded,” a podcast celebrating the real, honest stories of women leaders in the tech industry and their journeys to entrepreneurship.
Data has always been a vital tool in understanding and fighting disease — from Florence Nightingale’s 1800s hand drawn illustrations that showed how poor sanitation contributed to preventable diseases to the first open source re
It wasn’t all that long ago that we introduced Android users to features like Emoji Kitchen and auto-narrated audiobooks.
Last February we announced GameSnacks, a HTML5 gaming platform from Area 120, Google’s workshop for experimental products.