On Episode 3 of D&I TBD, Adweek is joined by strategist Nina Kossoff. Currently on furlough from Matter due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Kossoff has sat on brand planning and strategy teams at Imprint Projects, McCann, Ogilvy & Mather and Barbarian Group. It's not every day that two nonbinary queer people co-host a podcast about
On Memorial Day weekend, California beaches draw crowds, but officials say there have been no major problems so far.
Attorneys representing the two men charged in the killing of 25-year-old Ahmaud Arbery say their clients are being vilified in the media and that much remains unknown about what led up to the incident, CBS News reports. Gregory and Travis McMichael, who are father and son, have been charged with aggravated assault and felony murder in the [
White people can compartmentalize these stories. Black people don’t have that luxury.
On Tuesday, Politico reported that the Justice Department is asking Congress to boost funding to enforce federal gun laws, as panic over coronavirus causes gun sales to surge. “In recent outreach to Capitol Hill, DOJ made two requests related to the spike in gun purchases, according to two sources with knowledge of those asks,” reported [
Tents have increased by 71% in San Francisco since January, and temporary structures for homeless people have risen a whopping 285% in the Tenderloin neighborhood. With the spike in people living in tents, San Francisco has dealt with its homeless epidemic by sanctioning the city's first tent city.
We have so many miseries in American society because rich people are hoarding all of our resources. We shouldn’t applaud them when they toss us a few dollars as philanthropy.
Jazz musician Reggie Workman played with John Coltrane, won a Guggenheim at 82, and can’t wait to get back to rehearsal.