Here Are All The Black People

WHAT IS THE ONE SHOW

The One Show is the world's most prestigious awards show recognizing the best creative work in advertising, interactive, design and branded entertainment. The brightest creative minds from advertising agencies, digital agencies, design agencies, production companies, consumer brands and non-profit organizations from around the world enter every year.

The 2020 winners will be announced on two nights of The One Show during The One Club for Creativity's Creative Week, to be held May 11–15, 2020, in New York City. Creative Week is the preeminent festival showcasing the intersection of advertising, innovation and creative thinking. In addition to two nights of The One Show, Creative Week also includes the ADC Annual Awards, the dynamic Young Ones Education Festival, inspiring sessions with some of the biggest names in the industry at the Creative Summit, and the exclusive Executive Creative Summit, open to a limited number of top-level leaders (founders, CCOs and managing partners).


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PAST WINNERS

2010 One Show Judges

Joe Alexander
Rosie Arnold
Andy Berndt
Polly Chu
Josh Denberg
Perry Fair
Danielle Flagg
Mike Hughes
Colin Jeffery
Judy John
Margaret Johnson
Paul Keister
Chuck McBride
Jason McCann
Christian Mommertz
David Oakley
Anna Qvennerstedt
Jimmy Smith
Fernando Sosa
Goetz Ulmer
Graham Warsop
Bob Winter

2010 One Show Radio Judges

Sam Pond
Paul Charney
Jim Haven
Jaime Hitchcock
Brian Klam
Mary Knight
Aaron Starkman
Rob Tarry
Alex Taylor
Eli Terry
Nick Terzis

2010 One Show Entertainment Judges

Jae Goodman
Susan Bonds
Mark D'Arcy
Bill Davenport
Bob Friedman
Steven Gaydos
Tera Hanks
Brad Jakeman
Andrew Keller
David Lang
Jordan Levin
Al Maccuish
Howard T. Owens
Brett Ratner
Ted Royer
Frank Scherma
Evan Shapiro
Michael Siegenthaler
Neal Tiles
Adam Wilensky

2010 One Show Design Judges

Joseph Duffy Jr.
Scott Goodson
Jason Herring
JD Michaels
Hans Neubert
Brian Owens
Neil Robinson
Matt Rollins
Marc Shillum
Michael Stinson
Thom Wolfe

2010 One Show Interactive Judges

Iain Tait
Keith Anderson
Nicke Bergstrom
Miguel Calderon
Jorge Calleja
James Cooper
Brian Cooper
Coleen Decourcy
Nancy Hartley
Neil Heymann
Naoki Ito
Kris Kiger
Dan LaCivita
Alex Lieu
Matt O'Rourke
Paulo Perez
Vivian Rosenthal
Stef Selfslagh
Geoff Teehan
Nina Thelberg
Raphael Vasconcellos
Johnny Vulcan
Rick Webb
Yanyan Yang

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

Here Are All The Black People

The place, a Christmas party at famed San Francisco agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners, where a young black creative asked founder Jeff Goodby the tongue-in-cheek but definitely not tongue-in-cheek question,"Where are all the black people?".

After many conversations on creating job opportunities for minority students and graduates pursuing careers in advertising and design, Goodby and fellow creative legend Jimmy Smith spearheaded a panel during The One Club's 2011 Creative Week with that attention-grabbing question as its title. This led to The One Club for Creativity developing this panel into a full-day diversity-focused career fair later that fall. The success of these two events ensured this would become an important annual touchpoint for everyone in advertising for whom cultural diversity isn't just a checkbox, but a crucial fact of professional life. By 2014, with hundreds of attendees, it was no longer a question of "where" were all the black people — they were right here, ready to be counted.

2019 marks the ninth exciting year of HAATBP, and although the conference warmly welcomes attendees of all cultures and races, and has grown to include programming for those with more experience on their resumes, its name remains as unapologetically bold as ever.




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