Cosplay enthusiasts often dress up as their favourite superheroes as a way to have fun and enter a world of pretend.

But for people of colour - also known as PoC's - the experience of attending a comic book convention dressed as a sci-fi character is not as easy as putting on a cape or carrying a shield.

"Living in Colour" host Farah Nasser explores what it is like to be a visible minority within the cosplay community and how prejudice still exists in worlds of make-believe.


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