A MultiCultClassics visitor pointed to the Cannes Diversity initiatives that underscore the death of ethnic and racial diversity in the advertising industry. That is, the conversation has shifted from the problem of White exclusivity to the promotion of White women—and calling it a “conversation” isn’t accurate, as Cannes has never openly and honestly discussed the topic. It’s sad that the industry’s premier celebration of creativity has failed so miserably to generate original and viable concepts to solve the true dilemma. Although one could argue that delegating, diverting and dodging the issue with a White gender smokescreen is a breakthrough campaign. Look for Cannes participants to award themselves a Glass Lion for the pathetic achievement.