Disclaimer: I am drunk so spelling errors, please ignore them.

I have talked about this a little bit on GT, but I am producing my university's (I'm a grad student) production of the Vagina Monologues in March. Right now everyone involved is white, straight and cis-gendered (because that's what I am and that's what the people I know who have self-identified as "feminist" have been). I will be sad if everyone in the final production is white, straight and cis, because when I acted in the VM in undergrad it was really diverse (in both racial, country of origin and sexuality (not so sure about gender identity although one of the people in my monologue came out as trans a year later) ) and ideally this production would also be diverse. I'm balancing being afraid of being "white feminist" and of encouraging tokenism. I'm at an engineering school that is not super diverse. There are ~40% women to begin with, and I don't know the ratios of minorities off the top of my head, but I'm pretty sure it's not great. My ideas so far are to email the people in charge of the clubs that are diversity oriented (like the LBGTQ club, National Society for Black Engineers, the equivalent societies for Hispanic and Asian students) but I'm afraid of singling out racial minorities for inclusion. If you are a minority (in race/ethnicity, or sexual orientation or gender identity), please tell me how you would like to be informed of an event like this without feeling like I wanted one of you as a token.