At the time we started working on 'World of WarCraft', I think there was a limiting belief in the games industry and maybe outside the games industry, that MMOs would only appeal to the most hard-core of hard-core players, and therefore you didn't really need to do anything to make the game accessible to the wider audience.
One of the things we try to do on 'The Fosters' is shine a light on the problems and the people that get pushed to the periphery. From the very beginning of the show, when we told people we were putting foster care at the center of a TV show, even the people who work in the system were afraid.
Only one American has given his life for Iranian democracy. He was a young idealist from Nebraska named Howard Baskerville. In 1907, fresh out of Princeton, Baskerville went to Iran as a schoolteacher. He found himself in the midst of a revolution against tyranny, and was carried away with passion for the democratic cause.