Pinterest Sets Pinterest TV Series for Black History Month

Soul Food: Nourish Your Soul will feature creators across beauty, fashion, food, wellness

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Pinterest kicked off a Pinterest TV series for Black History Month, Soul Food: Nourish Your Soul.

The platform is working with creators across beauty, fashion, food and wellness including Tenicka Boyd, Kellie Brown, Vallery Lomas, Nory Pouncil and Bryant Terry.

Pinterest also teamed up with The Creative Collective NYC, a Black- and woman-owned agency, to activate up-and-coming Black creators.

The company will hold events for employees during Black History Month focused on activism, fashion, food and music with the aim of helping them celebrate the diversity and richness of Black culture, and they will have opportunities to donate to nonprofits that educate, empower, support and uplift the Black community.




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