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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Moving Beyond Tolerance: A Call for CommunicatorsNovember 17th, 2022 by Aaron Sherinian
NBA Drops the Ball in Responding to Irving’s Antisemitic TropesNovember 2nd, 2022 by Nicole Schuman
A prompt response is a hallmark of crisis communication. The NBA and the Brooklyn Nets waffled on their initial responses to Kyrie Irving’s antisemitic posting. Have they run out of time to act?
Communication Tips for Combatting a Forgotten DEI Topic: AgeismOctober 24th, 2022 by Nicole Schuman
Ageism in messaging can be bad for business. Research shows that 56 cents of every dollar spent comes from the 50-plus community.
[VIDEO] PRNEWS Live Mixes Hispanic Heritage Month with Reputation RepairOctober 14th, 2022 by Seth Arenstein
As we celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month, PR pro Marco Gonzalez discussed regaining trust in the wake of the LA City Council debacle.
How PR Can Bridge Cultural Gaps with Hispanic Markets via Inclusivity and UnityOctober 12th, 2022 by Yesenia Reinoso
As Hispanic Heritage Month ends Oct. 15, we find a mix of diversity and unity can help PR and marketing craft more effective messages.
LA Council’s Racism Offers DEI, PR Crisis Lessons on Indigenous Peoples DayOctober 10th, 2022 by Seth Arenstein
Communicators know about inclusivity and DEI. Today saw a news story that pushed against inclusivity. Perhaps it made Indigenous Peoples Day the saddest one in the holiday’s short history. It was filled with irony and a few PR lessons.
[VIDEO] PRNEWS Discusses Hispanic Heritage Month and CommunicationSeptember 21st, 2022 by Nicole Schuman
PRNEWS welcomed Sonia Diaz, president, Hispanic PR Association (HPRA), to discuss how well the Hispanic community is represented in PR and media.
PRNEWS Honors Top Women in Industry at New York GalaSeptember 7th, 2022 by PRNEWS
PRNEWS celebrated this year’s class of honorees for Top Women in PR in New York.
Remembering a Pioneer Who Elevated Hispanic/Latino Communities’ Visibility in MediaSeptember 1st, 2022 by Jenny Frenkel
The legacy of Esther Renteria helps raise awareness of a continuing issue: low levels of Hispanic/Latino representation in PR and media.
PR Firms Tackle Gender Pay Gap to Promote Women’s EqualityAugust 26th, 2022 by Nicole Schuman
One of the myriad ways PR is working to address inequality is by acknowledging pay inequity and the gender pay gap.