Gen Z's unwavering expectations for brands during Black History Month: Action over performative allyship

Gen Z’s expectations for how brands should activate around Black History Month has influenced a larger consumer expectation. It’s time for brands to revisit their commitments made in 2020 and lead with action instead of false promises.

by Darriel Sanders

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