Inclusiveness is key to spurring diverse talent

Details how the advertising industry lacks diversity and how it needs to put inclusion at the heart of any diversity discussion, trusting that true inclusiveness will drive better diversity outcomes.

In the hit ABC sitcom Black-ish the main character, Andre "Dre" Johnson (Anthony Anderson), is an African-American who has risen from the 'hood to the upper middle class as an executive at a Los Angeles ad agency. While working at the agency, Dre although they exaggerate the situation for comedy's sake — are not far off in their portrayal of the world of advertising and marketing.

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