‘Upright Women Wanted’ portrays the adventures of a group of LGBTQ+ librarians in a Wild West dystopian world. What other jobs can be cowpeople too?
The Oregon Trail game got a full revamp for the Apple Arcade, by the company Gameloft Brisbane, now accurately portraying Native Americans.
This Women’s History Month, we explain the strong black woman trope and look at not only how played out it is, but why it’s extremely dehumanizing.
Though the political climate of the past few decades has been tense (to say the least), one thing that has improved is vocalization and normalization of minority groups in all forms of media. Through tireless activism and conversation, representation has pushed its way to the forefront of many factors to consider when creating new stories. That being said, one group is often forgotten—disability. According to the CDC, 1 in 4 adults in the United States live with a disability. So, why is this group so quickly forgotten? When writing or consuming any form of media (tv, book, movie, etc.) …
As Hollywood takes much needed steps to become more diverse and inclusive, we’re seeing more actors of color step into roles previously held by their white counterparts. But outcry over these decisions shows, America’s battle with racism is far from over.