Facebook Detailed an Ambitious 5-Year Diversity and Inclusion Plan

The company wants to double women globally, African Americans and Hispanics in the U.S..

‘Queer Eye’ Star Jonathan Van Ness on Pride Month and Why He Works With Smirnoff

Adweek talked with the rainbow-decked Queer Eye star at the vodka brand's SoHo pop-up.

Pride as a Brand Has the Visuals Right but Needs to Finesse the Messaging

In the world of branding, the dream of any company is to create something so visually distinct and impactful that it is instantly globally recognized. Pride, although not a company, […]

Brands Need to Show Up for the Fight for LGBTQ+ Rights and Inclusion, Not Just the Party

We saw a collection of wins and fails from marketers this June.

Rainbow-Touting Brands Now Need to Practice What They Preach

Pride Month may be ending, but that shouldn’t mean the support does.

How Modern Digital Media Is Saving Today’s Gay Youth

Younger generations now have the ability to connect and find a sense of belonging.

Nike’s Air Force 1 Low Puerto Rico Shoes Illustrated a Lack of Cultural Competency

It could’ve been avoided had a more diverse team been employed.

Is Accessibility Just the ‘Cause du Jour’ at This Year’s Cannes Lions, or Is Real Change Ahead?

Advertisers are doing more than ever to address the disabled community, but there’s a long way to go.

Fishbowl App Is Highlighting Agencies That Have Taken a Pledge for Pay Equity

The effort is backed by the 3% Movement.

How Brand Integrations Are Helping to Break Down Gender Stereotypes

From Zach Galifianakis wearing a Babybjörn to James Charles’ CoverGirl cover.