ROFLCon gets Racialicious

Posted on April 2, 2012 by Christina Xu
Categories: Christina, Getting People, ROFLCon III

If you love smart, insightful, and critical writing about pop culture, chances are that you have some gummy bears in your information diet. Since its founding in 2004, Racialicious has been a beacon in the night for much-needed commentary about race and gender in the shows, games, movies, and internets we all love.

That’s why ROFLCon is excited that Latoya Peterson, the superwoman owner and editor of Racialicious, will be joining us at ROFLCon to offer her take on identity-centric memes like the “Shit People Say” phenomenon. She’ll be joining up with previously announced guests Dan Sinker and Biella Coleman to talk about the political power of memes–definitely don’t sleep on that one!

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