Represent: African Americans and the Advertising Industry

Newspaper advertisement with an african american boy wearing a towel draped around his neck like a cape. He's standing in a superman pose with his hands at his sides and elbows sticking out. He's looking into a bathroom mirror which is reflecting a white man dressed in a superman type costume. The words written below the picture are "What's wrong with this picture?"
Date & Time
Saturday, July 1, 2017 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm
No Registration Required
About this Event

Venue: African American History and Culture Museum Event Location: Oprah Winfrey Theater Cost: FREE - Registration Required Get Tickets: http://www.etix.com/ticket/p/8373906 2017 Advertising Hall of Fame inductee Carol H Williams, Chief Strategy Officer at Zambezi Kristina Jenkins, and Wall Street Journal writer Stephanie Capparell (author, The Real Pepsi Challenge) share unique perspectives on the past and present symbiotic relationship between African American culture and the advertising industry in this TED Talk–style program. Moderated by Renetta E. McCann, Chief Talent Officer Publicis Communications NA, Leo Burnett USA.

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