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Instagram Retweeted ·  
People accuse us of standing for nothing, but we do have values. We care about voice, we've staked a clear position on voting, on racial justice, and on pride. We believe we all have a story worth telling, and deserve a chance to be heard.
 
 
HBCU Homecoming Weekend is here! 🎉

Here’s an Instagram Live Guide for what to watch so you can celebrate all weekend long: instagram.com/stories/instag…
 
 
If you know you know 🎉

Celebrating with birthday boy and Colombian singer @SebastianYatra 🥳

instagram.com/reel/CGX73xij7…
 
In reply to @instagram
“I’m most proud of myself when I overcome a stressful moment and deliver the results I want, be that a public speaking engagement or making my toddler put on a coat when all she wants is to walk around in her bathing suit all the time.” —Natalia P., head of public policy, LATAM pic.twitter.com/ll1Mv1uQpb
Replying to @instagram
“One of my favorite parts of my job is helping amplify voices that are underrepresented in other forms of media. I truly believe in the power of the internet to create a safe space for marginalized communities.” —Mitzi G., strategic partner manager, creators and emerging talent
 
In reply to @instagram
“I was raised in Brazil, and since I was 9 my dream was to work on interactive experiences. I was proud when we shipped Oculus Rift and made VR accessible, allowing people across the globe to have deeper connections and experiences.” —Bruno E., software engineering manager pic.twitter.com/bgGxztO79H
Replying to @instagram
“I’m most proud of myself when I overcome a stressful moment and deliver the results I want, be that a public speaking engagement or making my toddler put on a coat when all she wants is to walk around in her bathing suit all the time.” —Natalia P., head of public policy, LATAM
 
In reply to @instagram
“I believe it’s essential to know who you are and where you come from to decide where to go next. This month is a great time to get in touch with the traditions that make up our culture since it’s the bond that ties us together as a community.” —Anaelisa A., technical artist pic.twitter.com/a7QJAmxeIo
Replying to @instagram
“I was raised in Brazil, and since I was 9 my dream was to work on interactive experiences. I was proud when we shipped Oculus Rift and made VR accessible, allowing people across the globe to have deeper connections and experiences.” —Bruno E., software engineering manager
 
In reply to @instagram
“For me, being Latin means embracing diversity. We take pride in the fact that our skin colors differ, our accents vary and our geography looks like a little bit of everything. This month reminds us no matter how different we are, we’re the same.” —Alvaro G., production engineer pic.twitter.com/uY0cYpuczZ
Replying to @instagram
“I believe it’s essential to know who you are and where you come from to decide where to go next. This month is a great time to get in touch with the traditions that make up our culture since it’s the bond that ties us together as a community.” —Anaelisa A., technical artist
 
In reply to @instagram
“As a Puerto Rican, this month has a lot of different meanings, but it feels much different for me today than it ever did before. For me it’s about identity, celebrating intersectionality, creating connection and belonging.” —Kim G., program manager pic.twitter.com/hnQs0CPCLa
Replying to @instagram
“For me, being Latin means embracing diversity. We take pride in the fact that our skin colors differ, our accents vary and our geography looks like a little bit of everything. This month reminds us no matter how different we are, we’re the same.” —Alvaro G., production engineer
 
In reply to @instagram
“All the people who doubted I could work and be a good mom and wife. All the people that asked what my husband did before getting to know me. They paved the way for me because I wanted to prove them wrong.” —Adriana G., director of business strategy, LATAM pic.twitter.com/7NhSVBTKda
Replying to @instagram
“As a Puerto Rican, this month has a lot of different meanings, but it feels much different for me today than it ever did before. For me it’s about identity, celebrating intersectionality, creating connection and belonging.” —Kim G., program manager
 
In reply to @instagram
“I’ve realized there’s no one way to be Latinx. Away from my Cubanaso community, I’ve met and grown closer to people whose backgrounds might look different from mine but whose language, vibrance and warmth feel familiar.” —Caro D., product specialist, Reels and camera pic.twitter.com/gf9i3YLPCH
Replying to @instagram
“All the people who doubted I could work and be a good mom and wife. All the people that asked what my husband did before getting to know me. They paved the way for me because I wanted to prove them wrong.” —Adriana G., director of business strategy, LATAM
 
In reply to @instagram
“I believe it takes a village of supportive communities for each of us to rise up and advance the next generation. My grandpa came from Mexico, working to feed 12 kids. For me to be here, it took my family and so many others’ support along the way.” —Sal B., research manager pic.twitter.com/vRTckKq3H0
Replying to @instagram
“I’ve realized there’s no one way to be Latinx. Away from my Cubanaso community, I’ve met and grown closer to people whose backgrounds might look different from mine but whose language, vibrance and warmth feel familiar.” —Caro D., product specialist, Reels and camera
 
In reply to @instagram
“This year has shown me more clearly than ever just how diverse our community is, and how special it is that we can hold so many experiences under this bright umbrella that keeps getting bigger as our community evolves.” —Oscar R., interactive producer, editorial pic.twitter.com/yAXsZ7e5YE
Replying to @instagram
“I believe it takes a village of supportive communities for each of us to rise up and advance the next generation. My grandpa came from Mexico, working to feed 12 kids. For me to be here, it took my family and so many others’ support along the way.” —Sal B., research manager
 
In reply to @instagram
“For Latinx or anyone who overcame a marginalized background, let’s not just focus on defining us by our origins, but rather by our vision for the future — and how others can help us get there.” —Valerie V., product manager pic.twitter.com/igCmh2QhAa
Replying to @instagram
“This year has shown me more clearly than ever just how diverse our community is, and how special it is that we can hold so many experiences under this bright umbrella that keeps getting bigger as our community evolves.” —Oscar R., interactive producer, editorial
 
In reply to @instagram
"When I was a child, my family moved from Mexico to a small town in California. My sister dedicated her time to school and was the first in our family to study at MIT. Following her example came naturally to me, and she still inspires me today.” —Jose Z., software engineer pic.twitter.com/UvJqegYvuX
Replying to @instagram
“For Latinx or anyone who overcame a marginalized background, let’s not just focus on defining us by our origins, but rather by our vision for the future — and how others can help us get there.” —Valerie V., product manager
 
In reply to @instagram
“I cherish the moments I meet someone and find out they too are from El Salvador or speak Spanish or have lived through similar experiences. Being Latinx is an instant connection you have with others and that's very special.” —Mary V., multicultural communications manager pic.twitter.com/NWxY8h0n3T
Replying to @instagram
"When I was a child, my family moved from Mexico to a small town in California. My sister dedicated her time to school and was the first in our family to study at MIT. Following her example came naturally to me, and she still inspires me today.” —Jose Z., software engineer
 
In reply to @instagram
“I fully believe that if you see an opportunity, you should go for it. You can believe in yourself to become who you want to be and succeed anywhere. Never let anyone dissuade you. You belong here.” —Crystal H., partner operations specialist pic.twitter.com/oJSBdOvwSJ
Replying to @instagram
“I cherish the moments I meet someone and find out they too are from El Salvador or speak Spanish or have lived through similar experiences. Being Latinx is an instant connection you have with others and that's very special.” —Mary V., multicultural communications manager
 
In reply to @instagram
“I often think of a phrase from my dad: “If you’re going to do something, do it well.” This came from his experience in the Dominican Republic and has unlocked many opportunities for me because it pushes me to do my best on every project.” —John A., software engineer pic.twitter.com/QW3wJAzvZz
Replying to @instagram
“I fully believe that if you see an opportunity, you should go for it. You can believe in yourself to become who you want to be and succeed anywhere. Never let anyone dissuade you. You belong here.” —Crystal H., partner operations specialist
 
In reply to @instagram
“My greatest inspiration is my mom, who came to the US at 15 from the Dominican Republic as a post-polio medical refugee. She passed in 2006 and she inspired me to enjoy this one and precious life we have as much as possible.” —Chelsea R., learning and development partner pic.twitter.com/oxQk2efUv6
Replying to @instagram
“I often think of a phrase from my dad: “If you’re going to do something, do it well.” This came from his experience in the Dominican Republic and has unlocked many opportunities for me because it pushes me to do my best on every project.” —John A., software engineer
 
To celebrate #LatinxHeritageMonth, we’re sharing some voices from the Latinx community at Instagram. ❤️
Replying to @instagram
“My greatest inspiration is my mom, who came to the US at 15 from the Dominican Republic as a post-polio medical refugee. She passed in 2006 and she inspired me to enjoy this one and precious life we have as much as possible.” —Chelsea R., learning and development partner
 
To celebrate #LatinxHeritageMonth, we’re sharing some voices from the Latinx community at Instagram. ❤️
 
A lil story about last week's app icon easter egg 👀
soooo which one did you pick? 👀

if you’re curious, here is a little behind the scenes story time about how this all went down!

(thread)👇 pic.twitter.com/dCX191KzS9
 
 
 
Happy #IDG2020 🎉
Following the launch of our #FreeToBeOnline campaign and our global survey on online abuse, we’re excited to announce that @instagram will team up with girl activists from around the world to address online harassment! Find out more 👇
plan-international.org/news/2020-10-1…
Replying to @PlanGlobal
Thank you for your partnership on this important initiative 🙌❤️
 
“My work celebrates the African American tradition of quilting and portrays the beauty, strength, pride and dignity of Black people.” —Artist Bisa Butler 🖤 #ThisWeekOnInstagram

instagram.com/p/CGP-mFns1az/
 
“I want to be the best me. And to be the best me, I have to fully embrace who I am.” This story from Olympian @MarkusThor2 is all kinds of special 🏊‍♂️🌈✨ #NationalComingOutDay #ShareWithPride instagram.com/p/CGNyLQVs-ce/… pic.twitter.com/B95ixl4jxg
 
“I want to be the best me. And to be the best me, I have to fully embrace who I am.” This story from Olympian @MarkusThor2 is all kinds of special 🏊‍♂️🌈✨ #NationalComingOutDay #ShareWithPride instagram.com/p/CGNyLQVs-ce/… pic.twitter.com/B95ixl4jxg
 
“I want to be the best me. And to be the best me, I have to fully embrace who I am.” This story from Olympian @MarkusThor2 is all kinds of special 🏊‍♂️🌈✨ #NationalComingOutDay #ShareWithPride instagram.com/p/CGNyLQVs-ce/… pic.twitter.com/B95ixl4jxg
Replying to @instagram
If you’re looking for support, check out these suggestions on how to come out safely + be there for others. @teganandsarafdn instagram.com/teganandsarafo…
 
“I want to be the best me. And to be the best me, I have to fully embrace who I am.” This story from Olympian @MarkusThor2 is all kinds of special 🏊‍♂️🌈✨ #NationalComingOutDay #ShareWithPride instagram.com/p/CGNyLQVs-ce/…
 
#HelloFrom this 30-foot-tall coral rock in Taiwan painted with drone light above 🤯 instagram.com/p/CGNcHMUMpMt/
 
On #WorldMentalHealthDay, sharing tips on how to be kind to yourself and practice self-love ❤️
instagram.com/stories/highli…
 
Instagram Retweeted ·  
Birthday week! A big thank you to all of you who share your stories on Instagram, we wouldn’t be where we are without you, 🙏🏼

Everyone deserves to be safe, seen, and heard. Our commitment to you is to do all we can to make sure Instagram is a place where that can happen.
 
Wut’s this scary thing ready to attack me? 😾😹
#WeeklyFluff
instagram.com/p/CGIxEaWD69G/
 
First-time voter ✔️
Mental health advocate ✔️
Grandma’s #1 supporter ✔️

Get to know 18-year-old Greisy Hernandez Gutierrez ✨

instagram.com/p/CGIgN60MsOT/
 
More work i did for @instagram !! 💗💗 thank u to my team for this amazing opportunity. It’s so refreshing and special to be respected, valued, and paid what my work is worth as a female, Latina, immigrant artist!!
Industry take notes from @instagram !!
 
"You give me the clarity and focus to know my own strength even in my darkest moments." —Artist Cristina Martinez

This #LatinxHeritageMonth, read her letter to the women in her family 💕

instagram.com/p/CF49zo3MEkj/
 
“I plan to show the world that my Marajoara, Tapajônica and Black culture has an incredible power to transform people.” 🙌

Prepare to be 😲 by the work of artist Labo Maurício Lopes de Oliveira.

#ShareBlackStories

instagram.com/p/CGF-2qigQxl/
 
New Reels features 👀

🔉Save Audio → save sounds to create with whenever you want

🙋‍♀️ Share Audio Pages → share all the Reels that use a specific piece of audio over DM

🎶Audio Browser → search through new sections like For You and Trending
 
“Young people have the power in this movement. We’re the ones inheriting this country.” ✨

20-year-old artist and activist Sanna Legan is on a mission to get young people to vote in the US election. 🙌

instagram.com/p/CGFqd_Ss2Tw/
 
“I vote for my fellow girls of color, my sisters and homegirls, to promote our right to live and thrive joyfully and safely.”

—19-year-old author and activist @malavikawrites, who’s voting for the first time in a US presidential election ✨

instagram.com/p/CGDrIAIMPp4/
 
😭 @itsjakeberg knows how to keep it real.

Peep our story and @MemeInsider for more posts and creators taking memes to a whole new level. 🔥

instagram.com/stories/instag…
 
A couple of updates on our anti-bullying work ❤️

-We’re giving more warnings and info if someone tries to post comments that may break our rules.

-You have more options to hide offensive comments that look similar to ones that have been reported.
 
In reply to @instagram
Did you just release a booty pic on the timeline
Replying to @JoeDavisMedia
you said it, not us
 
In reply to @instagram
i'm sorry for doubting yall this is so cute
 
Look back at it 👀

A peep at the other side of the classic Instagram logo for some fun on our birthday 🎉
 
Wishing a very happy 10th birthday to @instagram! 🎉🎈

Can you believe we've been scrolling our feeds for a decade?

gma.abc/2ZzRteQ pic.twitter.com/Vg3ueDUgK7
Replying to @GMA
☺️🎉🥳
 
 
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