We do not need any more talking heads.
by Kai Deveraux Lawson
If you don’t have the right people on the team, you’re in danger of producing work that is both ego and ethnocentric.
by J Barbush
Kiku Gross writes about the importance of authentic LGBTQ+ representation in advertising.
by Kiku Gross
After attending the kick-off event in New York, Jaime Klein Daley shares her thoughts on TIME’S UP/ADVERTISING.
by Jaime Klein Daley
Our embrace of social responsibility can — and must — evolve over time.
by Kat Gordon
In a year of unprecedented political and societal shifts, the 2017 3% Conference heard from women on the frontlines of the headlines.
by Catherine Eccardt
A recap of the 2017 3% Conference's Creative Director Track—master classes specifically tailored to those in creative director roles.
by Jewell Donaldson
A recap of the 2017 3% Conference's Emerging Creative Track—master classes specifically tailored to those emerging into creative leadership roles.
by Juan Cortés
Cindy Gallop closed out The 3% Conference with a rousing call-to-arms: Achieve true gender equality by ending sexual harassment.
by Shameka Brown Barbosa
Billy Bean—the only openly gay Major League Baseball player alive today—has a message for us all about the costs of hiding who you are & who you love.
by Christina Melander
Beyond Gender emcee, Luvvie Ajayi, leads a spellbinding Privilege Walk to kick off Day 1 of the 2017 3% Conference.
When there is no minority, and different groups are part of a larger order, we have a team.
by Carla Cancellara