International Women’s Day allowed White advertising agencies and advertisers to celebrate diverted diversity with happiness and hypocrisy. Black History Month primarily presented a handful of segregated print ads featuring royalty-free photography and concept-free executions. On the flipside, International Women’s Day inspired original art events, multi-channel campaigns, digital innovations, blah, blah, blah. DDB changed its name for a day, while Goodby Silverstein & Partners wondered what the world would be like without women—despite only naming its first female partner less than five years ago. Yes, the White women’s bandwagon ran over racial and ethnic minorities and just kept driving.