VOICES

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Rethinking Media

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

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Creative Director Track

A recap of the 2017 3% Conference's Creative Director Track—master classes specifically tailored to those in creative director roles.

by Jewell Donaldson

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Emerging Creative Track

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

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Keynote: Where the Money Is

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

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Keynote: Inclusion and Acceptance

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

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Keynote: The Many Faces of Privilege

Beyond Gender emcee, Luvvie Ajayi, leads a spellbinding Privilege Walk to kick off Day 1 of the 2017 3% Conference.

by Christina Melander

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Women in the Creative Department: Devs & Rachels of Real Life

When there is no minority, and different groups are part of a larger order, we have a team.

by Carla Cancellara

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Good for Them - Detroit Minicon

Clients and agency folks at the frontlines of creating inclusive work environments, campaigns and partnerships share what they're doing and (hopefully) inspire others to do the same.

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Does That Happen Here? – Detroit Minicon

A panel of creative leaders from the Detroit market localize and personalize the issue of diversity.

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Recruiting: What Role Should Diversity Play?

When recruiting talent, how do you separate the gender or ethnicity of the candidate from the work? Should you even separate it? Let’s tackle these tough questions openly with recruiters and talent professionals who can share first-hand their experience with the diversity/good work dichotomy.