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AT&T’s ‘DREAM IN BLACK’ LIST CELEBRATES 28 AMAZING BLACK CREATORS #BlackHistoryMonth

During the month of February, AT&T has been celebrating Black History Month with its inaugural Dream in Black 28 list – a celebration of 28 creators who have dared to Dream In Black and are paving the way in the Black community as they shape the now, the new, and the next Each week, www.att.com/dreaminblack will unveil seven people from the specially curated list and celebrate their accomplishments and courage to Dream In Black.

Dream in Black is an always-on platform where AT&T celebrates Black culture and the creators who shape it. Dream In Black embodies a mindset where success can look like anything that we can dream. The platform views the world and creativity through an afro-futuristic lens that is rooted in AT&T’s technology, innovation, and entertainment which helps to power the possibilities.

The Dream In Black 28 Experience is a Dream In Black initiative designed to tell inspirational stories that explores and cultivates the interest in African American history and powers the possibilities of the future.

Beginning February 1, 2019, through February 28, 2019 post a photo/video explaining how you are making history using #DreamInBlack on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for your chance to become one of the Dreams in Black 28 future makers. The selected contestant will also win a flyaway trip for two to Hollywood, CA to attend one of Black Culture’s biggest events in entertainment. The lucky winner will be contacted during the second week in March.    

Download the Dream In Black Sticker App https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dream-in-black-stickers/id1451627306?mt=8&app=messages

Join us as we fuel a national conversation around Black excellence and celebrate those with the courage to Dream In Black for the now, new and next by using #DreamInBlack. Follow #DreamInBlack or go to www.att.com/dreaminblack for more information.

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