Growing up black and nerdy was intimidating. As black people, historically, we’ve fought so hard to preserve, maintain and express our blackness, which has been suppressed for centuries. For a long time, being nerdy was mistakenly synonymous with acting white. I was constantly called white or told, “you’re not really black.”
The growth of Wanda Maximoff in the face of overwhelming suffering gives us hope in the midst of our own difficulties.
As Beyond: Two Souls releases on PC, Jonathan is lamenting the lack of influence David Cage's game offers players over its world.
Refunct disarms players with an unassuming game feature that prompts them to not only reflect on their lives, but also their self-worth.
No need to submit a petition. Good Omens is a great adaptation. But why?
The superheroes in Heroes in Crisis stand out because of their weakness and need rather than their power or strength.
Andrew Crawford reflects on how battling monsters in Dauntless mirrors the battle many of us face daily with our own minds.
Dr. Rachel Kowert shares why kids, particiularly girls, need to supplment their superhero stories with stories about normal kids solving real problems.
Matt Civico takes a look at the importance of play in Stranger Things and how it primes our hearts for bravery, hope and faith.
In Star Wars, Qui-Gon Jinn's relationship to the Force can tell us how a selfless, meditative approach to prayer can deepen one's closeness to God.