The whitewater paddlesports community took action during calls for increased Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for People of Color.
“In this pandemic year we gather to celebrate a constellation of artists with unique perspectives that express this current moment…
The show “On My Block” which aired in 2018 explored diversity and culture of many underrepresented populations in the United…
Hispanic Heritage Month 2020 is celebrated in the United States from Sept. 15th through to Oct. 15th. It commemorates the independence of many Latin American countries from Spain. This year more than ever, however, I can’t help but reflect on what it means to be Latinx/Hispanic in these times.
Your period is nature; beautiful, inspiring, natural. Reading this book will help uncover how periods have been kept in the dark, and by the end, you will find yourself closer to feeling The Moon In You.
As I reflect upon what it still means to be black, or a person of color in the United States of America (U.S.), I think about the sleepless nights I have experienced being concerned for my black and multiracial children (especially after we returned from living overseas).
Photographer and Entrepreneur Jaylyn Begay talks about representation, identity, and her mission in photography.
Monstress is an epic fantasy graphic novel written by Marjorie Liu telling the tale of Maika Halfwolf, a teenage girl sharing a psychic link to a power monster who occasionally emerges from the stub of her severed left arm. Inspired by early 20th century Asia, Monstress is set in a matriarchal world split into factions, where war for power and greed set the stage for our heroine to avenge her fallen mother.
With great power comes great responsibility, and America Chavez is no exception to that rule. Coming from the far reaches of the Marvel multiverse, this superheroine blasts through time and space to save the day, all the while keeping her special charm and wits in battle.
Elizabeth Liang is a Third Culture Kid, and her one-woman show weaves humorous stories about growing up as an “Alien Citizen” abroad.