Diversity Bingo


  1. Central America – Laura Esquivel: Like Water for Chocolate
  2. South America – Gabriel García Márquez: El coronel no tiene que escriba / Nobody Writes to the Colonel, and Other Stories
  3. Caribbean – Various Authors: Trinidad Noir (Akashic Noir series)
  4. North Africa – Assia Djebar: L’amour, La fantasia
  5. Sub-Saharan Africa – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: Dear Ijeawele
  6. Eastern Europe – Olivia Manning: The Spoilt City
  7. Central Asia – Valerie Hansen: The Silk Road
  8. Middle East – Zahra Hankir (ed): Our Women on the Ground
  9. South East Asia – A.M. Stuart: Singapore Sapphire
  10. Oceania – Graeme Kent: Devil-Devil
  11. African American – Barack Obama: A Promised Land
  12. Native American – Joy Harjo: Crazy Brave
  13. Women – Toni Morrison: Sula
  14. LGBT – Patricia Highsmith: Carol, or, The Price of Salt
  15. Jewish – Nora Ephron: I Remember Nothing
  16. Muslim – Orhan Pamuk: My Name Is Red
  17. Buddhism – Dalai Lama: Introduction to Buddhism
  18. Indigenous – Katherena Vermette: The Break
  19. Equality – Kamala Harris: The Truths We Hold
  20. Colonialism – Mukoma wa Ngugi: Nairobi Heat
  21. Human Rights – Marcie R. Rendon: Murder on the Red River
  22. Free Speech – John Steinbeck: The Moon Is Down
  23. Displacement – Rebecca Tinsley: When the Stars Fall to Earth
  24. Slavery – Colson Whitehead: The Underground Railroad
  25. Free Space – Zora Neale Hurston: Their Eyes Were Watching God

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