The July 4th holiday, also known as Independence Day, is one of the most popular holidays in the U.S. It is a time when family and friends come together to celebrate with BBQs, picnics, fireworks and patriotic decorations to honor the country’s official anniversary of U.S. independence. But with COVID-19, have these time-honored traditions changed?
ENGINE CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2020
ENGINE firmly believes that equality is not a women’s issue, it’s a business issue. We are proud to support International Women’s Day and its mission of advocating for gender equality – not only today but every day. It’s also a day to celebrate women’s social, economic, cultural and political achievements.
Take a look at our people in the video below – and let’s all be #EachforEqual!
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ENGINE INSIGHTS SURVEY REVEALS MAJORITY OF AMERICANS AGREE WITH THE RECENT SUPREME COURT RULING PROTECTING LGBTQ RIGHTS
The ENGINE Insights team conducted a survey to discover what Americans think about the ruling and whether Pride Month should be celebrated alongside the Black Lives Matter Movement. In addition, an earlier survey asked Americans about their thoughts on how the LGBTQ+ community is represented in the media and which individuals are an inspiration in advocating for equality.
Cassandra, ENGINE’s youth and culture experts, have leveraged their knowledge of these generations to take the long view into how COVID-19 will impact Gen Zs and Millennials, their values, their behaviors, and even how culture moves forward and evolves with its bi-weekly report, “Life Interrupted.”