"Representation" isn't just a box we can tick off, and phrases like "good rep" and "bad rep" can so easily flatten and simplify.
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The Authors for Black Voices silent auction will raise funds for racial justice initiatives in publishing, education, and literacy.
Talking about representation in comics and some of the comics that might expand your thinking about inclusivity in the history of comics.
Representation matters, but only if it's done accurately. It isn't enough to include diverse characters if they aren't portrayed authentically.
Why is white, male, cisgender, able-bodied, and heterosexual the default in the Big 2 superhero universes? Allen discusses why diversity should be central.
Seeing representation in comics can mean different things to different people.
We've all seen Twitter callouts of poor representation—but what happens after that? We discuss next steps with a creator.
Latonya suggests a set of guidelines that publishers can follow to make diverse and inclusive comics easier to find for readers.