Google CEO Sundar Pachai has announced a 12 million grant to fight racism.
“We will provide 12 12 million to organizations working to address racial inequality, including our first 1 million grant to the Center for Policing Equity,” said Sundar Pachai, Google’s CEO, according to the Associated Press. And the same will be given to the Justice Initiative.
“We will also provide technical support through our Google Fellows program, and we will also provide an advertising grant of 25 25 million to support organizations fighting racial inequality,” he said.
George Floyd, a 45-year-old black man, was killed by a white police officer on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Since then, riots and riots have been going on in various states of the United States.