diversity


The Elephant We Don’t See: A Diversity Dialogue ‘The Mis-Education of the Negro’ By Carter Woodson (Prince George’s County Memorial Library) – VIRTUAL

The Prince George’s County Memorial Library System and Prince George’s County Human Relations Commission present “The Elephant We Don’t See: A Diversity Dialogue” every last Tuesday of the month. Michelle Hamiel and Kyla Hanington discuss equity, diversity, inclusion, and anti-racism with books as a launch point. Watch event HERE at […]


⭐ Disability Visibility: Intersectionality In Art, Design, And Museums (Smithsonian Associates) – VIRTUAL

People living with disabilities are underrepresented in media, popular culture, and art. Alice Wong, a disabled activist, media maker, and research consultant, joins Beth Ziebarth, director of Access Smithsonian, artist Riva Lehrer, and writer s.e. smith, to discuss intersectionality in art, design, and the museum world through inclusive design and representation. REGISTER EVENT/TICKET PRICE: […]


⭐ Meet Yaba Blay, Author of ‘One Drop: Shifting the Lens on Race’ In Conversation With Imani Perry (Free Library of Philadelphia) – VIRTUAL

REGISTER HERE Referred to by Michael Eric Dyson as “one of the most brilliant and committed critics and advocates writing and thinking and working on behalf of Black people today,” Dr. Yaba Blay is a scholar, activist, and cultural consultant. Focusing on Black women and girls through topics like personal identity and […]


Parent Panel: Talking to Kids About Race and Racism (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Hear from educators, psychotherapists and social workers from Baltimore County 4-H, Parenting Works, Keys of Hope Consultations, LLC and Baltimore County Public Library staff​ about resources and tips to have discussions about anti-racism, inclusion, diversity and equity with your children. This program’s theme is celebrating Black joy and using your […]


Black Superheroes In Comics (Enoch Pratt Free Library) – VIRTUAL

BLACK SUPERHEROES IN COMICS Read Woke Challenge Virtual Event Join us for a fun and informative  discussion on diverse superheroes in comics. AUDIENCE: Teens Dial-In Information Join by phone: (US) +1 240-623-1729‬ PIN: ‪377 739 272‬#


Fandemonium: Representation in TTRPGs (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Board games and role-playing games are experiencing a resurgence in popularity thanks to efforts made to broaden the player and creator base. We discuss how the tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) community is addressing concepts of culture, acceptance and diversity in and outside of the hobby. Registration closes one hour before […]


⭐ Fandemonium: Diversity in Comic History (Baltimore County Public Library) – VIRTUAL

Just as how we are diverse in looks and backgrounds, comics reflect that; a celebration of multiculturalism and acceptance of all races, creeds and genders in the sequential arts. Kurenai Kiba draws you in while they travel through time to discuss the visual, graphic narratives that capture the spectrum of […]


⭐ Teens: Real World Comics (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL

A multicultural comics class that focuses on creating characters that are diverse in color, ethnicity, age, class, ability and body types as well as touching upon social issues and stories that are more true-to-life. We’ll construct and create character designs and arcs that are closer to real life and fair […]