Recode is celebrating the first anniversary of the launch of the Black Suit Day program.
Recode Tech reporter Adam Johnson has a look at what we learned and what we hope to see next.
Read More , and we are bringing the celebration to you in a series of posts throughout the week.
Today we are celebrating the beginning of the second year of the program, which we are launching in collaboration with the San Francisco Bay Area Black Lives Matter Coalition.
We’re excited to be launching Black Suit day and we think it will help bring a new energy and a new spirit to the Black community.
The program has been a major success.
We’ve had more than 5,000 attendees and we’re already seeing the benefits of this initiative.
In some cities, we’ve even had groups of people showing up to show solidarity.
A key challenge with Black Lives Matters has been that we often struggle to communicate the value of Black lives and the need for Black lives to matter in the lives of people around the world.
So Black Lives matter, we must also care for Black people, we have to respect Black lives, Black lives matter.
So it’s really important for us to show Black people what Black lives are worth.
We want to take a moment to honor Black lives by showing them how we care for our Black lives.
Black Suit has been really successful in showing Black people how Black lives really matter.
We are working on ways to make Black Lives, especially Black women, and Black people more visible on our social media platforms.
We’re looking forward to the future and we’ll be working to help make Black lives more visible in the way we communicate and how we work with people.
For more on Black Lives matters and the Black suit movement, check out Recode tech reporter Adam’s post: “What does Black suit mean to you?”
We hope you find it useful and informative.