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'Woke-washing' could ruin the ad business
June 21, 2019

From The Guardian:

The chief executive of Unilever has lashed out at companies that engage in "woke-washing" by using the language and imagery of worthy causes to increase sales, without backing up this rhetoric with action.

Alan Jope, who holds the purse strings to a multibillion-dollar advertising budget for brands such as Dove, Persil, PG Tips and Hellmann's mayonnaise, said: "Woke-washing is beginning to infect our industry.

"It's putting in peril the very thing which offers us the opportunity to help tackle many of the world's issues."

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