The adventures of superheroes reveal a lot about the people who created them — and the marginalized communities they represent.
“You could actually restore a species to be even more diverse and healthier than it was before, Church says. “You can include diversity from multiple points in the globe and multiple points in time.””
Former employees of Pinterest, Google, Snap, and other companies share their stories of discrimination.
It’s surprising when stodgy institutions award progressive artists, and surprises, even good ones, are alarming — so we immediately burden the winners with the weight of symbolism.
When you read “influencer,” do you think “white woman”? That’s not a surprise: the stereotypes originally established offline are reaffirmed on social media by the same systems.
Are you really achieving representation for your child with special needs if you’re only sharing the upbeat, attractive photos on social media?
Trying so hard to set trends for the future, fashion’s institutions can’t stop stumbling over the past (and the present).
Poverty and a lack of diversity are just a couple of pitfalls Jacqueline Alnes explores in this list.
Flooding (v.): Unleashing a mass torrent of the same stories by the same storytellers at the same time, making it almost impossible for anyone but the same select few to rise to the surface.
Three million women tuned in last year. Here’s why.