Saying that Ubisoft hates women is a stretch, but the rest of these are great.
"Assassin’s Creed is developed by a multicultural team of various faiths and beliefs and we hope this attention to diversity is reflected in the settings of our games and our characters." - Ubisoft
I guess Ubisoft doesn’t understand intersectionality, because diversity is more than faith and culture. “We put a Muslim character in so you shouldn’t complain we don’t have women in lead roles in our games” is a pretty weak excuse.
Jam of the now : Stevie Wonder - “Superstition (live on Sesame Street)”.
This kinda blows my mind. Sesame Street is amazing, accessible television programming for children worldwide. They have a history of bringing on amazing guests, including musicians. Here we’ve got a performance in the mid 70’s from a funk musician: Stevie Wonder comes on, plays an amazing live version of one of his hit songs, and lets it go on for a nearly 7-minute jam. The fact that Sesame Street’s programmers thought “this is a cool experience for the kids” goes to show how open-minded and progressive they were (in my opinion).