Unless you're totally post-racial (in which case, congratulations!), you probably noticed that all the people in Seedfolks come from different racial backgrounds. But the Gibb Street lot brings them all together with one common goal: a flourishing garden. It's not all rainbows and butterflies—some of our characters have internalized some nasty racial stereotypes. But as they're cultivating their garden, the Seedfolks are also cultivating diversity, one step at a time.
Seedfolks tells us that if you work hard at cultivating diversity, everyone can value cultural differences and learn to get along.
Cultivating diversity can be a struggle. In Seedfolks, not all the characters get along easily and some continue to make assumptions based on race.