Before anything else, we’re all human.

It’s easy to make assumptions about others based on what we see — whether that’s race, age, gender, religion, sexual orientation, or ability. The original Love Has No Labels video reminds us that – underneath it all – we are all skeletons who just want to live, love, and be loved, for who we are.
Two human skeletons on a large x-ray screen facing each other.

OUR OTHER CAMPAIGNS

A Muslim woman wearing a hijab, surrounded by rising floodwaters

Why does it take a disaster to bring us together?

Introducing RISING, our original short film that tells the story of a diverse but divided neighborhood struggling to overcome rising flood waters and bias in the heart of America.
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Picture of John Cena

Redefining our love of country.

WWE® Superstar John Cena challenges us to reconsider what the “average American” looks like and encourages us to celebrate the diversity that makes America, America.
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Two women kissing for a kiss cam at a football game

Love has more fans than ever.

We put a twist on the traditional kiss cam, turning it into a symbol for unbiased love and acceptance.
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Two young white boys with Downs Syndrome stand close together against a concrete wall, smiling happily.

Small actions can have a big impact in promoting inclusion and helping people feel included.