It’s rare that I write about a subject that I have next to no experience in, but here I am writing about encouraging signs which point to the tech world becoming less white-male oriented, and instead more representative of, well, everyone.
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Those who didn't expect Saturday Night Live to address its recent controversy over its lack of black female cast members were in for a treat last night when Kerry Washington, from ABC's hit drama "Scandal," made up for lost time. Literally.
Lamb and Lynx Gaede, collectively known as the dynamic and controversial white power pop music band, Prussian Blue, once sang racist songs of white pride but now sing the praises of racial diversity since renouncing their white nationalist beliefs.
Those in the city of Toronto often talk about being a culturally diverse city but what does that really mean? Does it mean imitation foreign food and beliefs toned down to Canadian standards or does it mean being able to relate to a sea of people?
Lamb and Lynx Gaede, formerly known as the white nationalist pop music duo Prussian Blue, have renounced racism and the white power movement. The twin sisters now speak glowingly of their love for diversity and say that they "Want to Come from a Place of Light and Love."
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Toronto's cultural diversity is shown in many different forms across the city.