Black lives matter. Period. While racism can look very different around the world, one thing that does not look different is that racism of any kind will not be tolerated here at Intel or in our communities.
Norton LifeLock Donates $100,000 to the National Urban League
Our CEO and People and Culture leader have addressed our workforce through emails and our last all hands was focused on discussing the movement as well as diversity and inclusion. We are working with our leaders on an action plan for what our company can do internally and externally to combat structural racism. Our HR teams have re-committed to our diversity and inclusion work by supporting employee resource groups and focusing on D&I in recruitment and retention practices. CR will continue to work across our company to report on the progress against goals externally and move the work forward in partnership with D&I.Our CR team has focused specifically on supporting organizations including a $100,000 donation to the National Urban League. We set up a special 2:1 match for employees to donate to organizations focused on racial justice that is still ongoing. We see these action items as a first step in a larger, ongoing strategy to work with our HR/D&I teams on aligning our priorities as a smaller company.
$1M commitment to make progress on racial equality, fighting systemic racism, and supporting minority-owned businesses. Our first round of grants went to the ACLU Foundation and The Innocence project and were selected with the help of our Black and African-American ERG. $10M commitment to support startups and games studios led by underrepresented minorities in the games community.