Facebook, Instagram Back Black-Owned Businesses for Juneteenth
#BuyBlack collections will feature their products.
Juneteenth Is Our July 4th, and Brands Should Recognize Its Spirit of Resilience
Reluctance to authentically embrace BIPOC holidays will push those consumers away.
‘It’s Whack-a-Mole’: How The Root Is Navigating Blocklists
Ad revenue for The Root is up 445% year-to-date.
How Procter & Gamble Plans to ‘Widen the Screen’ for Black Creators and Media Companies
Chief brand officer Marc Pritchard issues a system that connects CPMs, ad spending and equity.
A Jägermeister-Sponsored Documentary Toasts the Last Remaining Lesbian Bars in the US
The documentary highlights bar owners, activists and archivists, talking about the impact of lesbian bars in their lives.
It’s Time for Gaming Character Creation to Be More Diverse
A call to action for gaming marketers and creators to represent diverse audiences in their character development and marketing efforts.
Cartoon Network’s Drawn To Series Teaches Children the Significance of Juneteenth
Ms. Opal Lee breaks down the importance of the holiday.
Facebook Details Its Juneteenth Plans
Tina Knowles-Lawson shared a video on her family’s deep connection with the holiday.
Snapchatters Value Authentic Inclusivity From Brands
Snap Inc. surveyed users in nine countries about how they celebrate inclusion.
How Billie’s Reimagined Pride Fairy Tales Support LGBTQ+ Youth
The DTC razor brand tapped creatives to illustrate classic stories in an inclusive, body-positive way.
From Secret Code to Stereotype: The Evolution of LGBTQ+ Representation in Advertising
The history only goes back 50 years, but there are lots of lessons to be learned from past campaigns.
Twitter Adds Language Setting to Support Feminine Form of Arabic
The social network is raising awareness with a hashtag-triggered emoji.
Unilever Sets Next Phase of ‘Unstereotype’ Strategy to Improve Representation in Industry
Unilever committed to improving its representation within its marketing five years ago.
Advertising Industry Awards Still Have Not Addressed the Racial Reckoning
Now is the time for the agency world to move beyond promises and actively recognize the work of Black and brown creatives.
NBCU and Target Partner to Elevate BIPOC Filmmakers With Scene in Color Series
Three filmmakers will showcase their short films and receive script deals with the network.