Color of Change, a social activism nonprofit group, found that depictions of criminal justice professionals may be doing more harm than good.
Developer claims "blind" casting lead them in this direction, with a predictable "promise to do better" in the future.
All it means is that LGBTQ inclusion in commercial imagery is good for business!
After clashing with her family over her art for years, the artist known as @hatecopy is making her work bigger, bolder, and more unapologetic.
"The Farewell" and "Crazy Rich Asians" are signs of progress, but many Asian Americans are still left out of the picture.
“I wanted to show people that there's so much more to Vietnam than instant coffee.”
Despite its flaws, the film marked a turning point for feminism and female representation in teen rom-coms.
"I've seen that movie."
"Muslim Cool" author Dr. Su'ad Abdul Khabeer shares the "twin truths about representation."
We spoke with journalist Serena Sonoma and GLAAD representative Nick Adams to discuss Broadly's use of stock photos of trans and non-binary people and what the media industry can do to be more inclusive.
We spoke to Lia Clay about her inspirations, the trap of tokenization, and the advice she has for young photographers.