Getty Images' New Collection Elevates Rarely Seen Moments of Black History and Culture

The assets giant aims to remove another underdiscussed barrier to equity

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A crucial part of the ongoing fight to dismantle systemic racism bias includes providing access to the stories in Black history that have ultimately shaped our country and culture. A new collection from Getty Images digs into its archives to do just that.

The image and assets giant launched the Black History & Culture Collection, which is available for projects focused on education around the histories and cultures of the African/Black Diaspora. The collection, which includes rare images dating as far back to the 1800s, aims to provide access to rarely seen snapshots for educators, academics, researchers and content creators, enabling them to tell untold stories around Black culture.

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