Let’s teach Arthur Weasley about the contributions of Black inventors, many of whom – thanks to real-life Rita Skeeters – have been forgotten in history.
The “Harry Potter” franchise just keeps growing, but it is the fandom that has secured a lasting place for the series in our culture.
Sometimes you need a little nudge to get yourself out there. For me, it was my House identity as a Slytherin and the qualities that it stands for.
If you love “Harry Potter and the Sacred Text” and have read “The Power of Ritual,” join the conversation here to discuss how to connect “Harry Potter” to your spiritual practices.
It should come as no surprise that those raised on this story would protest against injustice.
I, like Dumbledore and probably many of you, often have too much on my mind. I would really love to be able to offload some of my thoughts into a Pensieve of my own.
Some of Ted Fujita’s discoveries are reminiscent of Luna Lovegood’s plight to prove the existence of Crumple-Horned Snorkacks and other magical species.
The fandom has raised a generation eager to stand against systemic injustice and lift up the voices of the marginalized and oppressed.
I was always adamant that I would never read or look at “Harry Potter”, but something within the text changed that for me. It wasn’t the magic, Hogwarts, or even the lure of the hero himself but a down-to-earth, chocolate-obsessed boy named Ron.