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.

Google Created an AR Experience to Tell the Story of the Stonewall Riots

The digital monument commemorates the 50th anniversary of the uprising.

Twitter Is On Track to Meet Its End-2019 Workforce Representation Goals for Women, Blacks

The company will prioritize prioritizing Latinx hiring, inclusion and retention efforts.

These 7 U.S. Campaigns Confronting Gender Stereotypes Could Win a Glass Lion at Cannes

Nike, Adidas and Gillette are all in the running.

Google’s New Online Museum Will Honor Women Who Defied Female Soccer Bans Worldwide

The search giant is crowdsourcing photos and information for the 'Offside Museum' exhibit.

How These Marketing Leaders Bring Diversity and Inclusion to the Fore

Adcolor and Adweek present the first class of Champions.