Peloton, a company that produces high-end exercise equipment, has pledged to donate $500,000 to the NAACP legal defense fund. It then went on to promise a $100 million investment over four years aimed at fighting racial inequity, which includes measures such as $3 pay increased for hourly employees, $20 million for learning and development opportunities for hourly employee, and $20 million for nonprofit organizations that focus on social justice issues.

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