Getty Offers $10,000 Grant to Women, Nonbinary Creatives
Not only will the winning photographer receive $10,000, but they will also have an opportunity to license their content at a 100% royalty rate.
There Are More Opportunities Than Ever Before for Women to Connect With Each Other
Look for ways to bring people together to be vulnerable and share common challenges and create a space that’s safe for them to do so.
Adweek’s Podcast Talks Women’s History Month and the Latest Coronavirus Updates
Yeah, That's Probably an ad talks Women's History Month and COVID-19 struggles.
Faux Subway Posters Urge NYC Commuters to Curb Anti-Asian Hate
Pride Train launched the campaign when coronavirus-fueled xenophobia had begun to surge.
Remembering Alice Lowe, One of San Francisco’s Most Influential Agency Leaders
The former CEO was a massive influence on Howard Gossage and the Asian-American community.
Can Food Bloggers Save Chinatowns Across America From Coronavirus Panic?
Xenophobia over coronavirus is leaving small Asian-American businesses deserted and desperate.
Twitter Aims for Women to Make Up One-Half of Its Workforce by 2025
They accounted for 47.1% of new hires in 2019.
How Enforcing a Gender-Balanced Workplace Will Propel Brands Forward
As women find their voice and men give them the opportunity to use it, it’s time for leaders to fuel that momentum.
How Do You Highlight the Frustration of Tampon Dispensers? Make Men Pay for Toilet Paper
The International Women's Day stunt, promoting advocacy group Period, was developed with agency Huge.
Orangetheory Campaign Slams 23-Hour International Women’s Day
'Once again, the world thinks women are gonna settle for less.'
NBCUniversal’s ‘The More You Know’ Will Focus on Women’s Empowerment in 2020
The year-long initiative for The More You Know PSA is timed with the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment.
In UN Women’s Subtly Shifting Ad, Times Change as Inequality Lingers
Erich & Kallman created the NGO's decades-spanning spot for International Women's Day.
The Story Behind 100 Roses From Concrete, a Network for Men of Color in Advertising
Founder Keni Thacker on the group that goes way beyond networking.
Twitter Tests 24-Hour Disappearing Tweets Called Fleets and Gets Roasted for the Name
The new product's name caused a virtual frenzy over whether the company was aware of its original meaning.
Apple Shows the Range of Iconic and Inspiring Women Who Do Their Work ‘Behind the Mac’
For International Women's Day, the brand features Malala, Lady Gaga and many more.