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UNSTOPPABLE TOGETHER

Black history is
American history.

We’re continuing to honor Black history and culture. Join us as we learn, grow, and celebrate together.

Showcasing successful Black-owned businesses.

Magenta Edge provides educational programming and insights to help Black small business owners get ahead. Get the details.

Check out our video series that features Black entrepreneurs who’ve participated in the program and exemplify excellence, achievement, and community building in their work.

Taking action in our communities.

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Scholarships for HBCU students.

We contributed $1 million to the Fund for students who excel both inside and outside of the classroom.

Northwest African American Museum

Celebrating representation.

We’re partnering with the Northwest African American Museum to give out 75,000 children's books nationwide, all written by Black authors and featuring Black characters.

T-Mobile External Diversity and Inclusion Council
 

Leading by example.

We’ve created an external committee with leaders from diverse groups to advise our company.

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NextTech Diversity Program

We’re funding and supporting the recruitment, training, and certification of diverse candidates interested in a long-term career as a Telecom Technician.

Talking with Trailblazers

This speaker series brings T-Mobile employees access to some of the brightest and most diverse guests to foster open conversations on topics that matter. Check out these discussions about the Black experience in America.

Celebrating our employees.

Employee Spotlight: Nicole Hunter

Employee spotlight

Nicole Hunter

Sr Assistant, Administration, Customer Care

Employee Spotlight: Brandon Evans Sr

Employee spotlight

Brandon Evans Sr.

Expert, Account Care

Employee Spotlight: Nicole Streeter

Employee spotlight

Nicole Streeter

Expert, Messaging

KNOWLEDGE DROPS

Founded in 1909, the NAACP has over 2,000 local chapters worldwide.

Black explorer Matthew Henson is credited by the U.S. as the co-discoverer of the North Pole.

World-renowned performer Josephine Baker also served as a spy during World War II.

Black Entertainment Network (BET) founder Robert Johnson became the first Black billionaire when he sold the cable network in 2001.

Juneteenth (June 19, 1865) is known as the day African American slaves were freed in Texas, two and a half years after the Emancipation Proclamation.

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Local culture brought to life through art

See how an artist celebrates his heritage on a Metro Mural in Tulsa.

Learn more about T-Mobile.

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Animated T-Mobile logo in different styles.

See our values in action.

Check out how we support and celebrate diversity in our communities.

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Responsibility

We have both the opportunity and the responsibility to be a force for good—for our customers, our employees, and our planet.