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She arrived at the 1959 New York Toy Fair in a striped bathing suit donning red lipstick and her trademark blonde pony tail. And after 60 years, it is Barbie who continues to touch the lives of young girls as the doll befriends children in households across the country.
Despite big pushes for change, women are still sorely underrepresented in advertising campaigns. Google’s Julie Eddleman shares three ways brands can ensure their marketing is as diverse as their customer base.
Chances are, you’ve been there: You see a commercial featuring an impossibly beautiful women with bouncy hair and perfect skin. Her clothes fit her just so and the energy of her aura is so sexy, so contagious, that she actually makes heads turn.
A little over a year ago, as revelations of misbehavior by powerful men sparked a global reckoning, a group of women in entertainment came together to talk about what they could do to prevent abuse and ensure equity for working women.
Nine-year-old Riley Morrison wrote a letter to Warriors guard Steph Currylast fall asking why his Under Armour signature shoes were only sold in boys' sizes. Not only did Curry address the inequality and have the shoes listed under the site's girls' section right away.
Visa is launching the first Visa Everywhere Initiative: Women’s Global Edition.
March is Women's History Month, and there are so many ways to celebrate! From reconnecting with some strong women in your life to learning about lesser-known women heroes throughout history.
In a world of emerging agency models, Procter & Gamble's Woven, created to service the company's big-spending fabric-care brands, stands out for its audacious sprawl: The shop comprises personnel from two agency holding companies plus in-house media planning and buying.
It wasn’t long ago that Disney princesses all had certain things in common: They were pretty. They were dainty. They had hunky men in love with them. And they all had beautiful gowns — at least by the end of their stories.
We can all be agents of change. National Women’s History Month is an opportunity to look at the contributions of extraordinary women and reflect on how we can work to make the world a better place
For Women's Day on March 8, Care released a campaign that poses the question, "Who puts the #HerInHERO for you?
Special PSAs Shine Light on Contributions of 12 Pioneers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM)