People of Color Need to Be Given a Chance to Succeed in Adland Rather Than Just Fulfilling a Quota

Despite loving black culture, advertising hasn’t exactly hired black talent accordingly.

Ebony and Jet Magazines Set the Stage for More Diversity in Publishing

The Johnson Publishing Company were trailblazers in doing this.

A Brief Rundown of Racism Within Advertising and Why It’s Still Happening Today

Change needs to happen on both the agency and client sides.

5 Ways to Connect With Hispanic Millennials and Gen Zers

Nearly 24% of younger consumers is Latino, compared to 11% of boomers.

Investments in Diversity Hiring Aren’t Leading to Inclusivity in Advertising

ANA Educational Foundation report details challenges the industry faces.

If a Brand Is Not Authentic in Its Attempts to Reach Black Audiences, Then It’s Not Trying Hard Enough

Consumers are not interested in ingenuity.

Agency Owner Derek Walker Uses Social Media Accounts to Spotlight Talent of Color Each Day of Black History Month

He hopes the list will spark conversation and industry-wide change.

With New PSAs, Tarana Burke Seeks to Build the Next Chapters of #MeToo’s Future

New work from Deutsch puts the focus back on survivors.

Q&A: Adweek’s Chief Brand Officer Danny Wright Talks About Diversity and Challenges in the Industry

He also touches on the path that led him to his newly created role.

Brands Still Have a Lot to Learn About Diversity and Creating Inclusive Work Environments

It’s 2019, and we’re still seeing what should be obvious racially insensitive missteps.