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About Getty Images

Getty Images (NYSE: GETY) operates as a global visual content creator and marketplace in the media and entertainment industry. The company offers a range of content solutions including high-quality images, videos, and music, as well as a digital asset management system to organize and distribute digital content. It also provides custom content creation services. It was founded in 1995 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

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605 5th Avenue South Suite 400

Seattle, Washington, 98104,

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Latest Getty Images News

Want to soothe election nerves? Donate to causes doing the work.

Nov 5, 2020

Election anxiety isn't over, and many people are calling for continued post-election work to address important social issues. Image: LightRocket via Getty Images 2020-11-04 22:38:31 UTC As the country awaits the final call on the 2020 presidential election, many Americans are understandably stressed by the uncertainty . While millions of votes still need to be counted, some online have highlighted the need for continued work in the days after the election and beyond, no matter who wins. Still work to be done everywhere. Locally, nationally, and internationally. Regardless of the election's results, community organizers, activists, and advocacy groups will need continued support to address issues like reproductive justice , LGBTQ rights , racial justice , voting rights , immigration , and climate change . Doing so can be a productive use of the anxiety-riddled time ahead, and prepare us to continue the work of the last four years. Y’all need to feel good today. We just have work to do. Voting is just the first step. But today enjoy the hard work we all put in. Here's a list of organizations that you can support now and moving forward. While it's not an exhaustive list of every issue or organization, it highlights some of the most pressing concerns coming out of this election. Reproductive Rights The reproductive justice movement has been fought across the political aisle for decades and will continue post-election. The Hyde Amendment already prohibits federal funding for abortion services, and state-specific policies typically decide the fate of reproductive healthcare. A predominately conservative Supreme Court also worries many reproductive activists. The Planned Parenthood Action Fund , the advocacy arm of Planned Parenthood, lobbies for reproductive justice policies at the national level. Donate to the overarching Planned Parenthood organization here or directly to the Planned Parenthood Action Fund here . Unite for Reproductive and Gender Equity (URGE) is a reproductive rights organization focused on the intersectional fight for reproductive justice, including equitable access to abortions and inclusive sex education. Donate here . The Center for Reproductive Rights defends reproductive rights in U.S. courts and through international bodies like the United Nations. Donate to the center here . The Black Women's Health Imperative is a national organization working to address the specific health needs of Black women and girls, including reproductive health. Donate to the organization here . The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice organizes and educates members of the Latinx community to fight for equitable reproductive healthcare. Donate here . Local abortion funds also need donations to continue providing assistance to people across the country seeking abortions. Check out the National Network of Abortion Funds to donate to the national organization or find a local abortion fund near you to support. Racial Justice  With the rise of increased protesting earlier this year, racial justice and police brutality were considerations — 52% of voters reported racial and ethnic inequality would be important factors, according to the Pew Research Center. But neither presidential candidate has made clear commitments to the protesters' demands, including defunding police forces. And many policies are now up to local legislation . As the largest civil rights organization in the country, the NAACP has spent more than 100 years fighting for the end of race-based discrimination. Donate here . Color of Change is an online-based national organization that centralizes and leads campaigns for racial justice. Find a specific campaign to support here or donate to the organization itself here . Black Lives Matter has nation-wide chapters advocating for the end of police brutality and racial violence against Black communities. Find your local chapter or donate to the nationwide organization here . Campaign Zero , a project from the nonprofit WeTheProtestors , supports policy analysis and legislation that seeks to end police violence. Donate to the campaign here . Voting rights  Voters across the United States continue to face barriers, with millions disenfranchised due to felony convictions , voter suppression , or misinformation campaigns. It's essential to continue voting rights campaigns regardless of the presidential winner. The ACLU has already been on the frontlines of the fight to count every vote this election, and will continue battling for equitable policies in the U.S. court system. Donate to the ACLU here . CommonCause is a nonpartisan coalition working to promote democracy and enfranchise voters across the country through grassroots organizing, litigation, and public education. Donate here . For more than 100 years, the League of Women Voters has empowered equitable access to voting through education, advocacy, and policy research. Donate to the league here . The Sentencing Project advocates for criminal justice reform, including the voting rights of Americans with former convictions. Donate to the organization here . LGBTQ rights The journey towards expanded LGBTQ rights has been tumultuous. The 2020 election has already held tremendous victories for LGBTQ candidates, but, like with the fight for reproductive justice, activists are concerned the Supreme Court might reverse current protections and threaten progress. The Transgender Law Center is a national trans-led organization advocating for inclusive laws to help transgender and gender nonconforming people. Donate to the center here . The Trevor Project is a non-profit organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth across the country. Donate to the project here . GLAAD promotes and monitors LGBTQ representation in the media and provides educational resources to facilitate stories from and about the community. Donate here . The Marsha P. Johnson Institute advocates for the protection of the Black transgender community through community education and organizing. Donate to the institute's work here . The Okra Project employs Black transgender chefs to provide food to Black trans people, and organizes mutual aid funds for those in need across the country. Donate here . Immigration, refugee, and migrant rights Broadly, immigration policy has remained a conflict ground across parties. Activists have fought for immigration reform, the safety of migrants and refugees, and the end of deportations for decades, long before the Trump administration. Even presidential candidate Joe Biden called deportations of immigrants under the former Democratic administration a " big mistake ." Experts expect an  increase  of migrants reaching the U.S.-Mexico border post-election. Given the Trump administration's  restrictions on the number of legal immigrants, and the fact that programs like the Deferred Action to Childhood Arrivals (DACA) remain in limbo , it's essential for advocates to continue fighting for the protection of these groups. Justice for Migrant Women works to end gender-based violence and workplace abuse among migrant women, including farmworkers and their families, through community outreach, education, and political advocacy. Donate to the organization here . The National Immigration Law Center works to defend the economic, social, and political rights of immigrants in the United States through legal cases and a national immigrant justice movement. Donate here. United We Dream is an immigrant youth-led organization advocating for the rights of both documented and undocumented immigrants, and provides a variety of educational and social resources for youth across the country. Donate here . Climate policy With the country officially out of the Paris Agreement on Climate Change — the internationally binding agreement adopted by 189 countries (that's almost all of them) to address climate change — only candidate Joe Biden has committed to rejoining. The United States has faced criticism for its hesitance (or refusal) to join global environmental policy, which requires quick action. The Climate Justice Alliance is a community-based climate justice organization creating clean energy models, sustainable food sources, housing, and more for communities on the frontlines of climate change in the United States. Donate to the alliance here . The Sunrise Movement is a youth-led organization working to educate and organize young people around climate issues, and lobby for national policies like the Green New Deal. Donate to the movement here . The Center on Race, Poverty, and the Environment is an environmental justice organization that provides legal and technical help to grassroots organizations in low-income communities. Donate here . The Indigenous Environmental Network is a coalition of indigenous grassroots leaders working to address environmental racism and food sovereignty. Donate to the network here .

Getty Images Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Getty Images founded?

    Getty Images was founded in 1995.

  • Where is Getty Images's headquarters?

    Getty Images's headquarters is located at 605 5th Avenue South, Seattle.

  • What is Getty Images's latest funding round?

    Getty Images's latest funding round is Reverse Merger.

  • How much did Getty Images raise?

    Getty Images raised a total of $685.77M.

  • Who are the investors of Getty Images?

    Investors of Getty Images include CC Neuberger Principal Holdings II, Multiply Group, Getty Family, Koch Equity Development, Carlyle and 3 more.

  • Who are Getty Images's competitors?

    Competitors of Getty Images include Picxy Digital Services and 5 more.


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Vecteezy is an online marketplace focused on the digital media industry. The company offers a platform where users can license stock photos, vector graphics, and stock footage directly from artists. The primary users of Vecteezy's platform are graphic designers, videographers, digital marketing and publishing professionals. It is based in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

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Freepik is a company that specializes in the digital media industry. The company provides a wide range of digital resources including illustrations, photos, icons, mockups, and presentation templates. These resources are primarily used by creatives in various industries such as marketing, education, and technology. It was founded in 2010 and is based in Malaga, Spain.

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