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Color Adds Depth: Celebrating diversity in marketing and media industries

Posted by Marc van Gurp | 2-10-2012 21:50 | Category: Awards, Corporate Social Responsibility, Design, Discrimination, Gender issues, Media



As working in the European advertising and media industry with a lot of contacts in the similar Anglo American world I know that it is a predominantly white business.
That what this new campaign from the AdColor Awards is about. Their mission is to celebrate and champion diversity in the advertising, marketing, media and public relations industries.

Their statement:

ADCOLOR® strives to create a network of outstanding diverse professionals and champions of diversity and inclusion by honoring their accomplishments and leveraging their stories as a road map for others to follow. By highlighting the achievements of African-American, American Indian/Native American, Asian Pacific-American, Hispanic/Latino, LGBT and other diverse professionals, students and diversity and inclusion champions, ADCOLOR® aims to inspire the next generation of diverse professionals.

This year’s awards are October 18-20th in Las Vegas.

AdColor Awards: Color Adds Depth


AdColor Awards: Color Adds Depth

AdColor Awards: Color Adds Depth

AdColor Awards: Color Adds Depth

AdColor Awards: Color Adds Depth

AdColor Awards: Color Adds Depth


Advertiser:
AdColor Awards
Agency:
TBWA/Chiat/Day NY
Additional credits:
Photographer/Director: Mark Zibert
Production: Joel Todaro, Sons and Daughters
Editor: Mark Paiva - Poster Boy
VFX: Sean Cochrane - The Vanity
Sound: Keith Reynaud - Heard City
Created by: TBWA/Chiat/Day NY
Art Buyer: Julia Menassa
Creatives: Isabella Castano and Ani Munoz




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TBWA is one of my favorite agencies. Their ads are always a pleasure for the eyes. Interworks One

Posted by Paul | 27-11-2012 18:51



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