4 More Ways to #DiversifyAgentCarter

I don’t think diversity should be a problem, there are a lot of talented actors (regardless of their race) so yes, let’s see more people of different races on this show.

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Last weekend ABC announced there would be a second season of Agent Carter, and Twitter lit up like a Christmas tree. Amidst the general jubilation, the devoted internet fan base reiterated what’s been its primary criticism of the show since its inception: a lack of character diversity. Author and activist Mikki Kendall got the party started:

The hashtag caught on like a house on fire, with fans offering up plenty of real-life examples whose inclusion would help make Agent Carter more historically accurate in terms of representation. Curious and inspired, I turned to the library collection for more information. Here are four more character concepts that would be historically accurate if they appeared in Agent Carter.

1. A Latinx* in uniform, civil or military.

In the companion book to his PBS miniseries,  Ray Suarez tells the stories of the many men and women of Latino descent who…

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