When folks are allowed to be who they are without contest, they’re best able to thrive.
by Megan Kipperman
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
Women must arbitrarily prove themselves when men in the same situation don’t.
by Sai He
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
Certain themes recur in advertising. Unfortunately, toxicity is one of them.
by Adia Betts
Definitions of familial connections are just about as varied as those for diversity.
by Ebony Ssali
Visceral experiences are what matter most.
by Ben Mason
This wasn’t your typical inspirational bullshit. This was the 3% Conference. And here, people mean business.
Diet culture is like having malware running in the back of your mind.
by Jasmine Reyes
While we’re going through unique experiences as individuals, there are commonalities between all of us. Don’t be a stranger.
by Robyn Frost
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.
“It was like the Hunger Games,” said Robson, “except with middle-aged white men.” One could argue that sounds a lot like business as usual, but you get the point.