Women's History Month Series: Celebrating Progress and Rallying for Change

Highlighting crucial gender issues in advertising, marketing and media

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In honor of Women’s History Month, Adweek is paying tribute to those who are defying gendered expectations in advertising, marketing and media while shedding light on the harassment, tokenization and perpetual lack of resources that women face in the workplace. From highlighting agencies with untraditional family planning policies to underscoring the damaging effects of exclusionary feminist movements, this series both celebrates progress while underscoring the systems and stereotypes that continue to impede equitable progress.
Emmy Liederman

Check out all of our Women’s History Month coverage here, where we’ll be adding new stories frequently throughout the month of March:

Publishers Are Getting Organized to Protect Female Reporters from Digital Harassment

In response to rising levels of online abuse against women, publishers are rolling out policies designed to protect female journalists.




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