AT&T at Work in Oklahoma

AT&T Blog Team
April 12, 2021
Community Impact

AT&T at Work in Oklahoma

AT&T Oklahoma is excited to share recent AT&T news and updates with you. Throughout this post, you will find information about AT&T Oklahoma’s philanthropic efforts, our support for the AAPI community, and WarnerMedia news updates. 

The Community

Jackson County Memorial Hospital Foundation to Support Supply of Pandemic Relief Supplies and Other COVID-19 Expenses with a Donation from AT&T

The AT&T Foundation donated $23,000 to the Jackson County Memorial Hospital Foundation, an organization whose mission is to be a responsible member of the community and work to build positive, long-term relationships with other health care providers, community organizations, local businesses and government agencies. To move forward after the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, their facilities must first focus on the immediate need to care for patients, and that requires a sufficient amount of Pandemic Relief Supplies (PRS) and disinfecting supplies.

Diversity and Inclusion

Standing in Support of the Asian American and Pacific Islander Community

The fight for social justice continues as hate crimes occur in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community. The COVID-19 pandemic has more fully revealed another sickness in society: discrimination, prejudice and racism. The violence against the Asian American and Pacific Islander community must end and we must raise awareness, look inside ourselves, and take a stand against racism. Together we stand for each other, our communities, and equality for all. Click HERE to read more.


HBO MAX Scheduled to Launch in 39 Territories in Latin America In June 2021 

WarnerMedia’s direct-to-consumer streaming platform HBO Max is scheduled to launch in late June in 39 territories across Latin America and the Caribbean, marking the first availability for the platform outside the U.S. Read more about what’s to come HERE.

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