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Representation and Health 101: Jory from THE BACKSTAGERS

Representation and Health 101: Jory from THE BACKSTAGERS

It’s Representation and Health 101 Time! Last year, I did an entire month of articles about black characters and issues in comics, but there’s no way in hell I have the energy for that again (maybe next year!). However, I wanted to pick someone I thought represented an important part of black liberation and the

Representation and Health 101: Milestones and Legacies

Last time in Representation and Health, we broke down Priest’s work, message, and ideas about race in comics. Today, we’re going to cover another prominent black creator, one whom we all miss. No one can deny the impact Dwayne McDuffie left on comics, whether from his outspoken stances about race and racism in comics, to

Representation and Health 101: ICEMAN

The weather outside may be frightful, but this Representation and Health 101 has something for you that’s delightful. That hackneyed phrase aside, today’s topic actually is perfect for this time of year. When many of us are braving the snow and ice, or wishing for it, there’s someone who is master over these forces. He’s

Representation and Health 101: Returning

It’s time for a new Representation and Health 101! I took a break from writing for longer than I expected, and sometimes I feel it was longer than I should have. Yet, I also recognized the intense difficulty at getting words out, at being able to express myself in a way I felt was any

Representation and Health 101: We #StandWithChelseaCain

Representation and Health 101 is brought to you by the wonderful folks at Comicosity and it explores the role that diverse characters play in health, as well as the context around them. However, we’re going to explore something different today. Chelsea Cain, the wonderful writer of the recent Mockingbird series, was harassed on Tuesday. As

Representation and Health 101: CAGE! and Addressing Harmful Representation

For this installment of Representation and Health 101, we aren’t going to look at a character. Instead, we are going to dive into the world of what could be called negative representation. There are times when marginalized characters appear and they aren’t whole, real, or human. Instead, they are caricatures of ideas about the identities

Representation and Health 101: Raven

I am most excited to deliver this Representation and Health 101 column because it’s about one of my favorite comicbook characters. While I first encountered her in a cartoon, she’s been around for a while and she’s one of the most significant members of the Teen Titans. Whether she’s braving the halls of a high

Representation and Health 101: BACK TO SCHOOL!

Fall is approaching and many of the people in our lives are going back to school. That’s why this edition of Representation and Health 101 is dedicated to characters and series that fit the diverse people in our lives! From series like the awesome Lumberjanes to the new arrival of Backstagers, there’s so many comics

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