For those with hidden diversity and underrepresented identities, seeing yourself represented in entertainment can mean feeling pride in your identity, perhaps even for the first time.
In her journey towards finding belonging in the Jewish community, this woman discovered a cyclical pattern between representation, tolerance, and the acceptance of her own identities.
After years of feeling disconnected from her heritage, this woman is looking for belonging by exploring her Jewish roots.
Slowly but surely, the entertainment world is finally starting to represent the real world — thanks in part to these TCKs.
Despite the racist undertones in “West Side Story”, the messages about life in foreign places still stand true.
Sophomore medical drama “New Amsterdam” and its cross-cultural main cast give a glimpse into the often awe-inspiring optimism of those who straddle identity.
Comic books are fantastic. They have the ability to transcend language and audio by capturing readers’ imaginations to go on…
The 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, which aired in September of 2019, awarded many fresh faces in Hollywood for their powerful acting, directing, writing and other achievements in television — but the question of diversity and cultural representation remained.
Emmys struggle with cultural diversity while the new BFI Diversity Standards help under-represented groups in the United Kingdom film industry.
The 71st Emmy Awards failed entertainers with visible diversity once again when they awarded only three major awards to people of color.