Diversity Efforts Are Often Whitewashed and Dulled Down. Here Are 5 Ways to Improve These Initiatives

Advertising has rebranded the term, and it isn’t a positive change.

How Agencies Can Fight Against Unconscious Biases When Hiring

Because otherwise the problem will just get worse.

With US Women’s Soccer Donation, Secret Hopes to Start a Sponsorship Trend

The U.S. women's soccer team put the spotlight on pay disparity between male and female athletes.

72andSunny Partners with ConCreates, an Agency Staffed by Current and Former Prisoners

The MDC shop’s New York office will serve as adviser and creative partner.

Twitter Is Looking for a More Diverse Technical Workforce

Applications are being accepted for its Twitter Engineering Apprenticeship Program.

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.