How Agencies Are Addressing Ageism
The advertising industry is making strides to become more diverse and inclusive, but older workers still feel sidelined.
How BET Made Black History Month ‘Queer As F**K!’
"Historically, BET hasn't been a space for black queer people to tell our stories, and has been properly challenged on that."
The Challenges Facing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Leaders
Industry leaders share the DE&I hurdles they've come up against at MAIP Summit 2020.
Portrait Series Celebrates the ‘Illustrious 5%’ of Black Advertising Professionals
Photographer Kenny St. George set out to capture joy with Our Seat series.
TikTok Hosts #MakeBlackHistory Summit for Black Creators
The event included Tyra Banks, Tracee Ellis Ross, Nick Cannon and Terry Crews.
#BlackHealthNow Reveals Painful and Frustrating Experiences With Medical Professionals
TBWA\WorldHealth's employees share their stories in a powerful new campaign against unconscious bias in health care.
Delivering an Authentic Black Experience in Advertising Means Reflecting the Real World
We have a responsibility to deliver work that is reflective of the real world.
Infographic: How Nascar Is Driving Efforts to Become More Diverse
Nascar is trying to be more diverse at all levels, and it's seeing more female fans and women in the C-suite.
How to Elevate Black Culture Rather Than Just Benefitting From It
There is nothing more inauthentic than hearing from a brand during Black History Month and never hearing from them again.
Presidential Debates Often Fail Deaf Voters. SignVote Hopes to Change That
How would you vote if you couldn't even understand what the candidates were saying?
RBC Is Fighting Workplace Bias by Encouraging Colleagues to Stand Up for Each Other
The bank aims 'to remove the fear of failure or repercussion of speaking out.'
Adweek Podcast: Black History Month Edition
Yeah, That's Probably an Ad spoke with five industry execs about Black History Month-themed op-eds they've written for us.
How Brands Can Forge Authentic Influencer Relationships to Better Reach Black Consumers
Businesses that cultivate influencer programs and create content to engage the African American community will build more meaningful and lasting brand relationships.
This Black-Owned Bank Put Harriet Tubman on a Debit Card and Social Media Lost It
“We put out many images that are unapologetically black,” said Williams, “because we believe that it’s important for us to celebrate our culture."
3% Conference Heads to Atlanta in Effort to Solidify Commitment to Intersectionality
The 3% Conference is heading south for the first time in an effort to further commit to intersectionality.