ICON 2020 Session Highlight- Inclusion and Addressing Imposter Syndrome

ICON 2020 Session Highlight- Inclusion and Addressing Imposter Syndrome

This post is part of PRSSA’s ICON 2020 coverage. Be sure to check out our student recaps on Progressions as well as other coverage on PRSay,the official blog of PRSA. Corporate diversity and inclusion have been hot topics for the past few years and lately have gained more attention through social justice movements like Black Lives Matter. Major companies have listened […]

PRSSA at ICON 2020

PRSSA at ICON 2020

This post is part of PRSSA’s ongoing ICON 2020 coverage. Be sure to check out our student recaps on Progressions as well as other coverage on PRSay, the official blog of PRSA. 2020 has proven to be a truly special year. Worldwide pandemic. Social justice. Disinformation. For future public relations professionals, a ton of uncertainty. ICON 2020, PRSA’s first-ever virtual […]

Cancel Culture Hits Disney’s Mulan- An Explanation

Canceled. One of the most feared words in 2020. Public relations professionals know this two-syllable word can send disastrous shockwaves that can damage even the most beloved brands. Since its debut on Sept. 4, Disney’s live-action Mulan has just earned $43.8 million, nowhere near its production cost of $200 million. The Mickey Mouse powerhouse has seen massive success with live-action remakes such […]

October Twitter Chat Recap- #PRoud to be Diverse

The ongoing discussion around diversity, equity, and inclusion hit Twitter recently for many PRSSA students as PRSSA National hosted their latest Twitter chat. “#PRoud to be Diverse: The Importance of D&I in Chapters” was hosted by PRSSA National and Haniya Shariff, the PRSSA vice president of diversity and inclusion. The Twitter chat generated discussions on how we can improve diversity […]