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The New York Times: The Truth Can Change How We See the World, 30s

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In this ad, The New York Times highlights The 1619 Project. The project examines the legacy of slavery in America and how it has shaped nearly everything in our country, from our music, to our diet, to our legal system — even our democracy. New York Times journalism has the power to challenge our assumptions and spur important dialogue. To learn more about The 1619 Project and other Times reporting, visit nytimes.com/worthit. Agency: Droga5, New York.
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Design Director Chance Medder

Chief Creation Officer Sally-Ann Dale

Director of Film Production Jesse Brihn

Associate Director of Film Production (All Films) Ruben Mercadal

Celebrity Talent Relations Lead Whitney Vose

Senior Business Affairs Manager Ann-Marie Turbitt

Senior Business Affairs Manager Paul Van Dorpe

Global Chief Strategy Officer Jonny Bauer

Head of Strategy Harry Román-Torres

Group Brand Strategy Director Nick Maschmeyer

Strategist Carmen VonPatterson

Head of Communications Strategy Dean Challis

Group Communications Strategy Director Samantha Deevy

Communications Strategy Director Hillary Fink

Executive Group Account Director Courtney Russell

Group Account Director Alex Woods

Account Director Ola Abayomi

Account Supervisor Tehjal Suri

Associate Account Manager Vanessa Foinquinos

Senior Project Manager Theresa Ganchorre

Project Manager Amanda Cohen

Music Supervisor Mike Ladman

Editorial Lost Planet

Editor Saar Klein

Assistant Editor Danny Conner

Executive Producer Krystn Wagenberg

Producer Casey Cayko

Post Production Blacksmith

Executive Producer Charlotte Arnold

Producer Tina Chen

Lead Compositor Joey Deady

Compositors Danny Morris, Christopher Memoli, Jeremiah Morehead, Tim Regan

Colorist Mikey Pehanich

Music Danny Bensi and Saunder Jurriaans

Sound Sonic Union

Mixer Rob Ballingall

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