Presidential Debates Often Fail Deaf Voters. SignVote Hopes to Change That

How would you vote if you couldn't even understand what the candidates were saying?

RBC Is Fighting Workplace Bias by Encouraging Colleagues to Stand Up for Each Other

The bank aims 'to remove the fear of failure or repercussion of speaking out.'

Adweek Podcast: Black History Month Edition

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad spoke with five industry execs about Black History Month-themed op-eds they've written for us.

How Brands Can Forge Authentic Influencer Relationships to Better Reach Black Consumers

Businesses that cultivate influencer programs and create content to engage the African American community will build more meaningful and lasting brand relationships.

This Black-Owned Bank Put Harriet Tubman on a Debit Card and Social Media Lost It

“We put out many images that are unapologetically black,” said Williams, “because we believe that it’s important for us to celebrate our culture."

3% Conference Heads to Atlanta in Effort to Solidify Commitment to Intersectionality

The 3% Conference is heading south for the first time in an effort to further commit to intersectionality.

With Galentine’s Day Cards, These Agency Creatives Celebrate How Women Show Up for Each Other

The all-female team helped the Fellow app remind others of the impact women make.

The Portraits of Refugee Coders Are Cleverly Hidden in the Websites of the Companies They Work For

72andSunny Amsterdam executed the creative campaign with HackYourFuture.

How the Oscars and Super Bowl Are Reckoning With Missteps Around Diversity

Both the NFL and Oscars, respectively, had PR crises in the last years following Kaepernick taking a knee and #OscarsSoWhite.

For the Second Year, This Agency Owner Highlights Black Talent in Advertising

Derek Walker's profiles during Black History Month inspire while shining a light on advertising's shortcomings around diversity.