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The gap in management, representation and compensation leaves room for the PR industry to champion African-American women leaders

The evidence is real. #BlackGirlMagic isn’t just a trending hashtag or catchphrase, it’s a real-time, quantifiable illustration of how the consumer preferences and brand affinities of African-American women are resonating across the U.S.

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Aerial Ellis

Find Your #PRStrong

Over fall break I got the opportunity to travel to Boston for the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference. I had been looking forward to it for quite some time and it was finally here! 297 more words

Staff Blog

What Happens When You Put 24 PR Agency Leaders Together in One Room?

By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)

Well, to answer the question posed in the title of this post, let me provide some background. 686 more words

Expert Takeaways Post PRSA International Conference

“The Spirit of the Revolution” was an apt theme for PRSA’s 2017 International Conference held in early October in Boston. It captures some of the current political and social disruption we are experiencing across our national cultural landscape. 369 more words

Once Upon a Time...

Once upon a time. Four words every child knows. Four words that open a door to adventure, humor, laughter, joy, suspense, and sometimes even tears. 455 more words

Public Relations

Perhaps Ad Age Should Stick to Covering Advertising

By Edward M. Bury, APR (aka The PRDude)

On this last day of September, the month that the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) makes a concerted effort to promote… 348 more words

The law and ethics of public relations

In an era of fake news, Chapter 5 delves into the law and ethics of public relations. While public relations people may profit from or create fake news, is it legal? 130 more words

Kay L. Colley