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The study, "Research Perspectives on Race and Employment in the Advertising Industry," revealed that racial discrimination is 38 percent worse in the advertising industry than in the overall U.S. labor market; that Black college graduates working in advertising earn 80 cents for every dollar earned by their equally qualified White counterparts; and, perhaps most alarming, that 16 percent of large advertising firms employ no Black managers or professionals, a rate 60 percent higher than in the overall labor market. The NAACP is calling on the top 25 advertisers to hold advertising agencies accountable, requesting in a letter that each company identify a senior executive to serve as a point of contact on the issue of racial bias in the advertising industry and to meet promptly with the NAACP.
Discrimination in Lending, Employment and Advertising Hilary Hurd Anyaso The Crisis; Summer 2009; 116, 3; Docstoc pg. 46 Reproduced with permission of the cop
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