This blog is provided by the IPR Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion based on the original study in the Journal of Public Relations Research Pride month reminds us that we all deserve the right to be who we are, as we are, and to define ourselves on our own terms. It also reminds us that amid … Continue reading Taking Pride in Transgender Communicators of Color
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In partnership with PRNEWS, “Lessons Earned” is a series featuring IPR Trustees and affiliates discussing a hard-fought lesson or triumph that helped to mold or change their career. Before academia, I worked in corporate communication for about a decade. As a communication manager of a new division, I recall attending a huge convention that attracted 20,000+ … Continue reading Lessons Earned: Toughen Up, Buckle Down, and Never Stop Learning →
This summary is provided by IPR based on the original journal article in Public Relations Inquiry Dr. Nneka Logan analyzed the Starbucks Race Together campaign as well as reactions to it through the lens of critical race theory. A series of race-related protests in the United States in 2014 inspired the Starbucks Race Together initiative, a … Continue reading The Starbucks Race Together Initiative: Analyzing a Public Relations Campaign with Critical Race Theory →
Nneka Logan, Ph.D., analyzes race in the public relations industry and introduces a theoretical concept of the White leader prototype.