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The 2019 Leadership Track: Part 2

What can leadership look like?

by Raegan L. Burden

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Negotiating Gender

When folks are allowed to be who they are without contest, they’re best able to thrive.

by Megan Kipperman

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But What About the Boys? Meet the Guys Who Started a Feminist Club at their All Male High School

Two teenage boys from an all-boys Manhattan private school decide they’re going to start a feminist club. No, this isn’t the beginning of a bad joke.

by Kiku Gross

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Ally Is A Verb (And Other Things Men Need To Hear)

Women must arbitrarily prove themselves when men in the same situation don’t.

by Sai He

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What Does Mentorship Look Like Today?

If your culture is already shit, dropping in a mentorship program in the center of it all is never going to work.

by Dominique Monet

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Emerging Creative Track: Part 2

Certain themes recur in advertising. Unfortunately, toxicity is one of them.

by Adia Betts

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We Are Family

Definitions of familial connections are just about as varied as those for diversity. 

by Ebony Ssali

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Can You See Me Now?: How VR Can Foster Diversity and Inclusion

Visceral experiences are what matter most.

by Ben Mason

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The 2019 Emerging Creative Track: Part 1

This wasn’t your typical inspirational bullshit. This was the 3% Conference. And here, people mean business. 

by Kiku Gross

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Malware for Your Brain: How Sizeism and Diet Culture Hurt Us All

Diet culture is like having malware running in the back of your mind.

by Jasmine Reyes

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Fishbowl: Less ‘Stranger Danger’ and More Safe Space for Conversation

While we’re going through unique experiences as individuals, there are commonalities between all of us. Don’t be a stranger.

by Robyn Frost

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The Line Between “Thought Provoking” at Cannes & So Terrible It Belongs in a Trash Can

The difference between a provocative award-winning ad, and a controversial, damaging one is a little perspective, a little empathy, and a lot of willingness to learn and try again.

by Kiku Gross