This month, there are plenty of ways to show your support for Latinx and Hispanic-owned businesses — book a class, make an appointment or add them to your “must try” list.
Your voice matters — so don’t miss out on two important opportunities to make it heard. Complete the 2020 Census and register to vote for election day.
George Floyd. Breonna Taylor. Ahmaud Arbery. The countless other names we may never learn. These senseless killings have united the entire world in outrage. But they’ve also woken us up to just how deeply rooted institutional racism is in our systems, our homes and our places of work. There is no question that we stand in solidarity of the Black Lives Matter movement, but over the past few weeks, it’s become clear that we must do more than just stand in solidarity. It’s on us to act — and that starts with looking inward. The hard, simple truth is that we are part of the problem. Only 2% of our employees identify as Black and 35% identify as people of color — numbers that don’t reflect the diverse world around us. It shouldn’t take a global movement for us to acknowledge that ClassPass is a primarily white company in the historically privileged industry of boutique studio fitness and wellness. ClassPass must do better, and as our company’s CEO, I must do better, too. Addressing systemic …
This Pride Month, we’ve compiled a list of LGBTQ-owned businesses that you can support. Book a spot, make an appointment, or add them to your list to try.
We’re highlighting some of the Black-owned businesses on ClassPass you can support virtually or in-person, whenever their doors reopen after COVID-19.
ClassPass is bringing you the best at-home workouts. Access our library of over 2,000 free on-demand workouts and book livestream classes in the app.