New Artsy Collection Celebrates Black-Owned Galleries and Its Artists
CMO Everette Taylor explains why it's important to elevate Black voices right now.
Adweek’s 2020 Podcast of the Year Is Refinery29’s Go Off, Sis
Refinery29's Go Off Sis takes the top honor as Adweek's Podcast of the Year.
One of the Top Discrimination Lawyers in America Is Working With 600 & Rising
Cyrus Mehri took on Madison Avenue over a decade ago.
Ahead of the Election, Booking.com Offers a Message of Unity
'America is for everyone,' travel brand says, highlighting immigrant communities.
A Powerful Ad From This Insurance Challenger Supports Bubba Wallace and His Drive for Social Change
Root Insurance backs game-changing Nascar star with sponsorship.
Oregon’s School of Journalism Researched Ad Agency Diversity and the Numbers Are Bleak
Close to 1,800 shops were represented in the study.
Curiosity Is the First Integrated Independent Agency Member of ANA’s SeeHer Initiative
The Cincinnati-based firm hopes to build a more equitable creative industry.
Facebook Journalism Project Unveils Sustainability Accelerator Participants
10 of the 20 are Black-owned, Black-led publishers.
Pinterest to Keep Pushing Content From Underrepresented Groups
Advertisers, creators and retailers will be able to self-identify via a new tool.
Instagram Debuts Anti-Bullying Resource Guide, Positivity AR Filter
The platform continued its National Bullying Prevention Month efforts.
Pinterest Adds Salaam Coleman Smith to Board of Directors
Her robust media background includes ABC Family/Freeform, E!/Style and Nickelodeon/Nick at Nite.
The Richards Group Incident Is Advertising’s Diversity Déjà Vu
There's a failure in diversity of self-regulation in advertising.
Facebook Issues 2 Reports Examining the Pandemic’s Impact on Women-Owned SMBs
Caregiving, childcare and other domestic work add to the stress.
Being Blind Was Never Going to Keep Josh Loebner From a Career in Advertising
As an advocate and teacher, he's also guiding other people with disabilities into the industry.