Oishii’s Kate Canada Obregon was recently asked to talk about diversity for The Drum News. As you might expect from Oishii, she challenged peers to break creative conceptual bubbles, the safe zones for creating content for audiences. That’s because Diversity demands rich and textured storytelling. Diversity is an ever-expanding story, our collective bundles of history bound together under a geography, country, government and values. Like many stories, diversity contains unexpected twists, turns and has multiple voices. By its very definition diversity, of races, class, religions, genders, experiences don’t simplify neatly into self-satisfying fairy tales. Diversity is a big story, told in bold compelling ways. Americans increasingly look to advertising, media and television with a critical eye when it comes to depictions of us and our lives. No matter how creatively we wrap old stories, audiences want what’s real, varied and different. Here’s to telling better stories.