Influencer Marketing Is Especially Vulnerable to Racism. What's Being Done About It?

Creators say the industry, which is crowded and unestablished, poses distinct barriers for people of color

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The influencer marketing industry has found itself uniquely in need of anti-racism action. This summer, consumer demand for meaningful commitment to racial justice from brands and agencies grew in number and volume.

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