In ‘Love Has No Labels’ PSA, Ad Council Questions What Freedom Means for Black Americans

The film paints a picture of disparity

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The Star-Spangled Banner proclaims America as the “land of the free.” But the May 25 killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis—among countless others—as well as recent racism-fueled incidents have shown that Black Americans often aren’t afforded the same freedoms as white people in the U.S.

“Love Has No Labels,” the ongoing movement spearheaded by the Ad Council and R/GA that promotes acceptance and inclusion of all people, has created a PSA illustrating this disparity.

In the film, mundane freedoms that white people take for granted, like going for a jog or watching birds in a park, are listed.



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