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Review: Alif the Unseen by G. Willow Wilson

You have no idea how much I want you to read this book.

I have a confession to make — I hardly ever pay attention to who writes my comic books. 743 more words

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Beyond “The Pipeline”: Reframing Science’s Diversity Challenge

Written by Dr. Kenneth Gibbs Jr.

One of the most commonly used metaphors for describing the solution for growing and diversifying America’s scientific talent pool is the “STEM pipeline.” Major policy reports have called on the U.S. 1,113 more words

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Reading Diversely: A Follow-Up

Back in October, I shared a Book Riot video about reading diversely (aka, reading books written by non-white authors). The video’s creator, Amanda Nelson, encouraged readers to take a look at their “numbers” — the number of authors they’ve read vs. 229 more words


Simple Truths About "Diversity", "Tolerance" and "Multiculturalism"

Europe is the most naturally diverse continent on earth. From Scandinavia to Greece, we have more natural, ethnic diversity than anywhere else in the world. 205 more words

A Few of My 2014 #WeNeedDiverseBooks Reads

I was going to write something about my current writing process and do a little introspection on my debut novel and the one I’m currently working on for this post, but it was going to be a little dreary for the holiday season. 1,532 more words


Symbolism in Barrio Logan's new gateway sign.

A little over a week ago, the new Barrio Logan gateway sign had a dedication ceremony. The welcoming sign, arching over Cesar Chavez Parkway between Harbor Drive and Interstate 5, is similar to others that can be spotted in various communities around San Diego. 213 more words