NEW YORK—Increasing diversity in the advertising industry hinges on holding agencies and their clients accountable, consumers getting more involved, and changing hiring policies, panelists said during a Black Enterprise magazine symposium last month.
The Skanner has been named the recipient of a first-place A. Philip Randolph Messenger Award in the Responsibility category for Helen Silvis' article, "Group Offers to Help Desperate Parents," published in the March 9, 2005 edition of The Portland Skanner. Ms. Silvis' story details the efforts of Parents Anonymous, an organization dedicated to aiding families who have been ravaged by addiction.
New York Knick and former University of Washington hoops star Nate Robinson, in red cap, poses for pictures with some of the kids who participated in the T-Mobile Courtside Coach Shootout, part of the 2006 NBA Rhythm-n-Rims tour, held July 23 at the annual Bite of Seattle.
WASHINGTON—After a conspicuous five-year absence, President George W. Bush last week addressed the annual convention of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People for the first time in his presidency.
Acknowledging his administration's bumpy relations with Black voters, Bush said he wants to change the Republican Party's relationship with African Americans.
When Coretta Scott King and Martin Luther King went to India to learn more about nonviolence, they learned a translation of the word "nonviolence" in Sanskrit is "truth insistence." To insist on the truth — and isn't that what they were doing?