Years from now, when historians and cultural anthropologists look back at the 2021 Super Bowl ads, what will they glean about our culture today?
As the pandemic cracked the nationwide open, it exposed the festering underbelly of racial injustice it has routinely failed to fully address for centuries. Sector by sector, every inch of society today is being outed for biases that systemically rewarded and conferred privilege to the detriment and disadvantage of others.
Neutrality is not an option. Unless you’re a racist.
Promoting acts of selflessness now will hopefully help build brand loyalty later. More importantly, maybe it will actually help save a life. How can your brand pitch in?
It’s hard to keep a positive mindset amidst the forced self-isolation, the disruption of daily work and personal lives, let alone the inability to plan or envision the future (near- and long-term). Here are five examples of how the novel coronavirus may shift our culture.
You’d pretty much need to be living under a corporate rock lately to not be touched by some discussion about diversity today.
Back in the Eighties, when women donned their power suits and started taking over the world, there was lots of talk about “having it all.”