Alejandra Campoverdi has degrees from the University of Southern California and Harvard, was the Director of Multicultural Content at the Los Angeles Times, serves on the Advisory Board of Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, the Executive Advisory Board of the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy, and is a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy.
If you loved “Duet,” last night’s musical crossover episode between The Flash and Supergirl on The CW, then you’ve likely been humming “Super Friend” to yourself all day today, and/or watching clips from it on YouTube.
Yesterday was World Down Syndrome Day, and to mark the occasion the Italian advocacy organization CoorDown teamed with other Down syndrome organizations to produce an awesome (and hilarious) video starring Glee‘s Lauren Potter.
I feel a little bad for ragging on Hot Topic’s Darth Vader and Rey-inspired dressy dress ensembles. There’s not nearly enough merch—especially connected to blockbuster properties—that is marketed with women in mind.
In keeping with this current trend of taking the things you loved as a kid and turning them into less-than-stellar gritty remakes, Power Rangers is a tedious mixture of nostalgia, melodrama and The Breakfast Club-level teen angst.
I am all about better representation in comics. More female characters. More ethnicities and races represented.
Every month, we pore over the list of what Netflix is adding and losing, rejoicing in the coming of new favorites and mourning the loss of classics—and the desperate impossibility of binging it all in the few days remaining.
Under Trump’s aggressive immigration strategy of rounding up and deporting any and all immigrants possible, under any circumstances, we’ve heard some pretty harrowing stories of deportation raids.
On Friday, the indie fashion retailer ModCloth announced that they were purchased by Walmart. A message from ModCloth co-founder Susan Gregg Koger said that this change would allow the company to expand their message and reach more people.
I remember sitting in a cheap dumpling house in New York City with a friend of mine who is a trans woman.
Passover has long been my favorite Jewish holiday. The celebration involves singing, eating, storytelling, and four required cups of wine.
The original Dragonheart movie featured Sean Connery as the voice of a dragon, so it’s only fitting that one of its new, direct-to-video sequels would feature another famous voice: that of Sir Patrick Stewart.
Image via Jack Rowand/The CW The long-awaited, highly-anticipated musical crossover episode between The Flash and Supergirl has aired, and it was … pretty okay!
As has been the case in politics in the United States since Donald Trump began his run, it’s been a weird week for politics.
Right at the end of the last arc on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., we were treated to a bit of an earth-shattering reveal as Daisy and Simmons went into the Framework, essentially a “mental prison” of sorts where the rest of their team is being held.
After writing about Tomi Lahren back in December, I silently promised myself that I would never write about her again.
My life is essentially a lie because I’ve never been to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme parks and gotten to taste that sweet, sweet butterbeer.
The Anne Frank Center for Mutual Respect came to our collective attention recently when they refused to accept Trump’s much-delayed remarks following the wave of attacks and threats of violence on Jewish cemeteries and community centers. They called it a “pathetic asterisk of condescension,” because they’re not playing around with the demand for the “mutual” in that respect referenced in their title.
Luke Skywalker vs. Darth Vader. Yoda vs. Emperor Palpatine. Obi-Wan Kenobi vs. Darth Maul in The Phantom Menace, Obi-Wan Kenobi vs.
Of all the things modern white nationalists and Nazis could adopt and corrupt, Jane Austen seems like a pretty left-field choice.