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Some inspiration for anyone wanting to create a non-white character. A fellow player who is active in the Tumblr-verse found these faceclaim links and they are just too good not to share! Though Jane Austen was white and wrote of white families, there were people of color in Georgian England who played various roles in society -- writers, activists, grocers, librarians, preachers, servants, musicians, boxers/athletes, huntsmen, sailors, farmers, actors, and occasionally gentry having lucked into an education. Just because these stories were infrequently told, or are hard to find, doesn't mean they aren't out there, or can't be part of our play.

http://dear-indies.tumblr.com/post/145810084696/do-you-know-of-any-lists-of-poc-actorsactresses

http://dear-indies.tumblr.com/post/157283331686/would-it-be-possible-to-please-request-a-list-of

http://sonamhelps.tumblr.com/periodfc (Has a filter for POC)

http://dear-indies.tumblr.com/post/159201783446/hello-i-was-wondering-if-you-could-help-me-find-a

http://historicalhelper.tumblr.com/post/107284902755/i-decided-to-make-this-masterlist-because-i-am

http://sonamhelps.tumblr.com/post/162868527724/sonamhelps-underused-fcs-latinx-period-fcs

http://sonamhelps.tumblr.com/post/143223326468/a-masterlist-of-male-female-period-fcs-of

http://draconicwrites.tumblr.com/tagged/poc-fcs-in-period-roles

http://medievalpoc.tumblr.com/post/76432691695/1800s-week-maryrobinette-submitted-all-the

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Posted : 27/12/2017 2:31 pm
  
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