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Teaching and Learning Tolerance Through Comics and Graphic Novels

Guide to supplemental resources for Drawn Together, Comics, Diversity and Stereotypes

GGC Claw Con 2019

Kaufman Library is excited to participate in the this year's inaugural GGC ClawCon, which is an inclusive, ‘geek culture’ celebration featuring events that focus on pop-culture, fandom, comic books, sci-fi, anime, cosplay, gaming, toys and collectibles. This week-long long celebration of pop culture features academic panels, gaming tournaments, a costume contest and party, and more. 

The Library will be sponsoring a viewing of the documentary, Drawn Together, Comics, Diversity and Stereotypes on Thursday, March 14. Below you'll find more information about the film, including a link to it in Kanopy (a subscription streaming media service to which Kaufman Library subscribes) and resources for teaching tolerance.

Drawn Together, Comics, Diversity and Stereotypes

Additional Reading about Diversity in Comics and Graphic Novels

Resources for Teaching Tolerance in the Classroom