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Why ‘Inclusion Rider’ Also Needs to Mean ‘Time’s Up’

Hey Netflix, you awake? If you really cared about diversity, you'd listen to Frances McDormand.

On Erasing One’s Heritage and the Myth of Race in America

Race is the opposite of what we were always told. It can be distorted to keep people isolated.

Meghan Markle Is More Than “Descended From Slaves”

To say that Markle is descended from slaves on her maternal side, solely, is to deny the truth.

8 Nonprofit Phrases, From Least to Most Exploitative, Ranked

"Salary commensurate with experience" and other infuriating phrases used by nonprofits.

Huaywasi: How Artisans Are Changing the Fashion Industry

An interview with the Program Director of Huaywasi, a fair-trade artisan project.

“The Phoenix Years”: Celebrating Chinese Artists’ Persistence

Madeleine O'Dea's new history examines China's post-Mao creative life.

Why I’m Afraid of White Women…and Taylor Swift

She is “innocent” yet wants to be able to inflict harm. That is a terrifying premise.

Social Justice Warriors Will Leave the World an Uglier Place

Art commentary from social justice warriors favors virtue signaling over aesthetics.

Langston Hughes in a “Make America Great Again” Era

The 1935 poem "Let America Be America Again," presents a society much like ours today.

What a Tolerant, Arts-Minded Community Looks Like

What works -- and does not work -- in creating a tolerant, creative atmosphere?

Looking for a Job in Theater? Chicago Is Hiring!

Provide a salary history starting with your third-grade allowance.

3 Movements That Prove There is a Demand for More Diverse...

In recent years, there has been a call for more diverse characters in novels.

The NoMAA Uptown Arts Stroll Achieves Its Quinceañero

Celebrating the vibrant creative community-in-residence north of 135th St.

The Road More Traveled: Why Touring Broadway is Booming

At the Spring Road Conference, leaders talk content, pricing, diversity and “Hamilton."

How Diep Tran Hones Her Theater Criticism — With Anger

No one believes that full-time criticism is a viable career option, she says.

Are the Arts Just Using Activism Language to Sell Tickets?

When should artists adopt activist language for their work?

Brooklyn Children’s Theatre Founder Talks “Muslim Voices”

Amy W. Graves on diverse students, the First Amendment and public schools.

Defining Diversity Down: The Meaning of Jesse Green

In an article in Exeunt Magazine (featuring, among others, CFR contributor Martha Wade Steketee), there's a thoughtful roundtable that gently laments the hiring of...

Advertising Legend Helayne Spivak Talks Creativity, Relevance

A woman of a certain age on staying curious and getting out of your comfort zone.

Tarika Barrett Juggles Work, Life and Politics at Girls Who Code

Tarika Barrett on creating a more diverse picture of what a techie looks like.
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