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4 Pieces of Career Advice Young Women Should Ignore

June 7, 2017ByLaura Wolf

4 Pieces of Career Advice Young Women Should Ignore, by Meg Beckum

Meg Beckum exposes cliché career guidance often given to young women.

College for Creative Studies Attends 3% Detroit Minicon

May 31, 2017ByLaura Wolf

"We all left the conference feeling confident, aware, and capable," writes Sydney Fine of College for Creative Studies in her recap of the 3% Detroit Minicon.

A Fresh Take on "Yo Mama" Jokes

May 22, 2017ByLaura Wolf

BARKER creates "Yo Mama" joke generator in celebration of working mothers.

If I Knew Then

May 10, 2017ByLaura Wolf

Maia Hariton Photographed by KKGAS Photography

Maia Hariton's younger self was scared of the future; here are the things she would tell her.

I'm Judging You

May 1, 2017ByLaura Wolf

I'm Judging You by Laurel Stark Akman

So you say you want to #changetheratio? Laurel Stark Akman has an agency’s do-better manual to hiring diverse talent.

My Plight as a Unicorn

April 19, 2017ByLaura Wolf

My Plight as a Unicorn, by Shameka Brown Barbosa

Shameka Brown Barbosa on why the "U-word" needs to go.

Redefining Cannabis Culture: A Woman's Work

April 4, 2017ByLaura Wolf

Redefining Cannabis Culture: A Woman's Work

The 3% interviewed April Pride, founder and CCO of Van der Pop, to discuss her journey into the forefront of the burgeoning cannabis lifestyle industry.

"Beyond Gender." Announcing the theme, city + dates for our 6th annual conference.

March 26, 2017ByKat Gordon

The quote above I typed into Twitter two hours ago as part of a #ConvosWithADCOLOR Twitter chat about diversity. They kindly turned it into a little piece of art (thank you, Justin Adu).

It's the perfect cue card to introduce the theme for the 2017 3% Conference: Beyond Gender.

You Are Not a Brand, You Are a Person

March 7, 2017ByLaura Wolf

Amy Small on why the only personal brand you need to define is the one that makes you happy.

Call to Action: Lean into the Tough Conversations

February 26, 2017ByLaura Wolf

Lean into the tough conversations

Stepping out of your comfort zone to have the tough conversations is never easy. But the payoff is big.

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