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Re: “What East Bay Trivia Nights Say About Our Collective Knowledge (or Lack Thereof) of Non-White History and Culture

Well, duh, Cutty Sark.
I think you need to be a certain age to know that one, not a certain color.
If you want diversity in your trivia, come to the THERE reading series at the Octopus Literary Salon on the third Friday of each month. Our LitQuiz is always a balanced mix of questions about authors and books, including men, women, living, dead, of all races, colors, etc. I try really, really hard to mix the current and the classic. And our lineup of readers is as diverse as they come. Mostly women, many of color. I'm often the only straight white guy on the bill. But most importantly, it's fun. Check us out!
One more point: you need diversity on your team, too, if you want to have an enjoyable trivia night. A team of all white guys in their 50s probably won't get any of the hiphop questions. A team of all miillennials of color probably won't ace a test given by a white guy of 50.

Posted by SovernNation on 08/04/2017 at 7:30 PM

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