Charlottesville’s first black female police chief on rebuilding trust in a community scarred by violence and protest
RaShall M. Brackney says acknowledging the city’s difficult history is an important first step.
Chicago has long been a city known for its innovation. From food to sports to startups, the Windy City is constantly evolving.
With a growing tech community, thriving food scene and small businesses popping up on every corner, there's never been a better time to be a Chicagoan.
In the latest installment of Adweek's City Spotlight series, we visit Chicago to introduce you to 20 professionals who are shaking up the status quo in their respective industries.
Tracey K. Alexander* was pregnant with her third child when she knew her life needed to change. So, she entered Coburn Place, a longterm refuge shelter for domestic assault survivors. A year later, she came out a changed woman.
When Tamara Parson began fighting for inclusion in central Ohio, nobody listened. Now, that’s changing.
One woman’s mission to combat racism in her small Ohio town.
Indianapolis is one of the worst cities for food accessibility. Here's what local residents and organizations are doing about it.
The articles in this special feature of the Bulletin were curated with the goal of inspiring meaningful conversations about diversity across generations of alumni — and in future issues of the magazine. While the term "diversity" encompasses many identifiers — class, gender, sexual orientation, political affiliation and more — racial and ethnic diversity are the focus of this first series of stories.
Finding a job in any industry can be difficult, and this is especially true for finding a job at an advertising agency. This piece consists of interviews and insight from some of the top Human Resource professionals in the country.
Lizzie Della—a new boutique agency in NYC—is determined to diversifying advertising, for good.
Activists say the classroom offers a space to put the group’s beliefs into action.