America I AM: The African American Imprint is a touring museum exhibition which "celebrates nearly 500 years of African American contributions to this country" - and since it's been going strong for four years already, they know a thing or two about how to make this inventive, inspiring, exciting, and successful. Microsoft knows a thing or two about those ideas also, so it's only natural that Microsoft has teamed up with the AIAM exhibition as a technology sponsor. Just one way Microsoft is giving back to our communities and celebrating diversity both within our own walls and everywhere outside them.
More about AIAM:
"America I AM provides an opportunity for people from all walks of life to explore this uniquely American story. With the nation's first African American president, America I AM endeavors to bring together Americans of all backgrounds to achieve a greater understanding of their shared culture and history."
Sounds like a pretty worthwhile endeavor to me. You can find out more about the exhibit (produced by the same folks who put together the "King Tut" exhibit) at their website - news, updates, online exhibitions, and more. And you can find out more about the ways Microsoft celebrates diversity at our website: The Changing Face of Microsoft.