This roundtable brings together advertisers, media activists, and university professors to discuss how advertising considers various social categories and their intersections, including but not limited to age, class, religion, gender, nationality, race, and sexuality. Part II focuses on identity in the advertising workplace, how advertisers can think like their various audiences, the need for multicultural agencies, how to recruit diverse advertising talent, addressing intersectional identities within and outside the LGBTQ community, and other topics related to diversifying advertising representations and the workplaces within which they are produced.

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