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Black-owned Creative Theory Agency has launched a new campaign that uses AI to make technology more inclusive. Creative Theory Agency, founded in 2015, is a full-service creative agency that is mission-driven to bring creative equity and cultural impact to marketing moments.  “What Prompted You” “What Prompted You” is a campaign-driven conversation designed to investigate AI tools’ impact and inclusivity’s role in fostering innovation. The campaign is a call to action to showcase how first-person, organic human perspectives can enhance and uplevel creativity. The agency will put up large-scale out-of-home (OOH)

The media industry has lost Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) leaders over the last two weeks with layoffs and resignations at Disney, Warner Bros. Discovery, Netflix, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Who Has Gone? After more than six years, Disney’s chief diversity officer Latondra Newton was the first to exit her role. She oversaw the company’s “commitment to producing entertainment that reflects a global audience and sustains a welcoming and inclusive workplace for everyone.” Disney said she was leaving to pursue “other endeavors.” Netflix’s first-ever head of

This article was first posted in re:think Issue 3. “Disabilities can be visible and/or invisible; with invisible disabilities, there aren’t noticeable signs that someone is disabled.” — Hana Gabrielle Bidon “I was in an existential crisis when picking my major. I wanted to major in mechanical engineering when I first entered college; however, I didn’t enjoy physics, and didn’t know what to do from there.” Seeking inspiration, Bidon tried out a variety of courses: a history class, a government class, and Introduction to Computing. While considering her new path, she