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The History Of Juneteenth

Juneteenth is the oldest celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. While it originated in Galveston, Texas in 1865, the holiday has now become federally recognized. KEEP READING

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Using Our Platform to Celebrate Native American Heritage Month

For generations, Indigenous communities in America have been deprived of the resources, respect, and honor they so deeply deserve. In honor of Native American Heritage Month, we celebrate Native American KEEP READING

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oVertone Awards + Press

We’re pretty proud of every oVertone product, and seeing the oVertone community embrace them is icing on the cake. But, we’d be lying if we said that winning awards and KEEP READING

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Why We Avoid Gendered Pronouns on Social Media

A personal essay from oVertone co-founder Liora Dudar on why avoiding gendered pronouns aligns with her core values as an individual and a business owner. Original blog has been edited KEEP READING

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What We Do As A Company

Intersectional feminism has been a core value at oVertone since day one, specifically with a focus on diversity, inclusion, and representation. In order to hold ourselves accountable to this value, KEEP READING