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Card Game Review: ‘Timeline – Diversity’


Just when was the garbage can invented? This game asks the tough questions. Read More »

Book Review: ‘I Am Mixed’ by Garcelle Beauvais and Sebastian A. Jones


A charming story about a mixed race twins. Read More »

Holly Black and Sarah Reece Brennan Offer Advice on Crafting Diversity in Fantasy


Two YA fantasists discuss the dynamics of diversity. Read More »

The Last Voyage of Ray Harryhausen


Sinbad sails again in a film honoring the late great visual effects pioneer Ray Harryhausen. Read More »

Comic-Con International 2012 Report, Part 1

Exploring some of the fringe elements of the Con. Read More »

A Little Kiss. Lots Of Tension.

Does Don Really Care Any More.Pete And Roger Butt Egos.SCDP Needs A BIg Win.A Tense Start. Read More »

TV Review: The Office (US) – “Diversity Day”

In which I describe why Michael Scott being racist isn't that funny but Michael Scott being stupid is. Read More »

Self Circumscription: Surviving and Maintaining the Circle of Exclusion

...with liberty and justice for me. Read More »

Arizona State University Leads the Way in Degrees Granted to Minorities

The University's high ranking may be a good indicator that ASU values diversity, but the recession may also be a contributing factor. Read More »

Book Review: As for Me and My House by Rose Marie Whiteside

A guide to becoming involved in your child's education. Read More »