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Viewers Skewer Tone-Deaf Joke On 'Roseanne' About Black And Asian Family Shows
The comment was seen as a belittling slap at "Fresh Off the Boat" and "Black-ish."
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There's Something Missing From Hope Hicks' Send-Off Photo: Diversity
"White House doesn’t mean everyone working there has to be white."
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NASCAR Is Very, Very White. This Woman Is Trying To Change That.
In a sport where fans fly Confederate flags, Dr. Jennifer Satterfield-Siegel is trying to change the conversation.
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Brazilian And Chinese-American Apostles Diversify Mormon Church Leadership
The new appointments were announced during a historic general conference.
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Interior Department Denies Ryan Zinke Told Staff 'Diversity Isn't Important'
Zinke has said repeatedly that he doesn't care about diversity, three unnamed Interior Department officials reportedly told CNN.
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Sloane Stephens Talks Resilience And Representation In Tennis
"I think the journey is just perseverance and just kinda staying true to yourself," she says.
Mae Jemison: Diversity In STEM Isn't A Nicety, It's A Necessity
The first African-American woman in space discusses her agricultural science initiative.
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Why 'A Wrinkle In Time' Was An Unexpected Move For Director Ava DuVernay
“A Wrinkle In Time” is a departure for director Ava DuVernay, and it’s a choice that could open many doors for female directors.
'A Wrinkle In Time': From Book To Film
The journey of “A Wrinkle In Time” from publishing to big screen adaptation is full of determination and perseverance.
Storm Reid Shines In ‘A Wrinkle In Time’
Ava DuVernay’s reimagined casting for the film adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s “A Wrinkle In Time” redefines what makes a science fiction hero.
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Trump Is Remaking The Courts In His Image: White, Male and Straight
He's nominated 87 people to be lifetime federal judges. They're about as diverse as a casting call for “Mad Men.”
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U.S. Newsrooms Have Dismal Representation Of Women Of Color: Report
“Without the voices of women of color in the newsroom, many stories are missing the mark or going untold.”
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Michael B. Jordan Says His Company Will Adopt Inclusion Rider On All Projects
Frances McDormand memorably called for inclusion riders in her Oscars acceptance speech.
The Groundbreaking Queer Comedy Series 'Take My Wife' Is Back
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The creators are "stoked as hell" that their show has a new home.
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Hollywood Pats Itself On The Back With Oscars Montage About Diversity
The celebratory segment at Sunday night's ceremony masked the larger lack of progress on representation in Hollywood.
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What Exactly Is An Inclusion Rider?
Frances McDormand called for inclusion riders in her Oscars acceptance speech, but what are they?
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Frances McDormand Takes 'Inclusion Rider' To The Oscars. Here's What It Means.
This tool has the power to change power dynamics in Hollywood.
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Tiffany Haddish Stole The Show At The Oscars
After her hilarious double act with Maya Rudolph and a no-nonsense approach to awards ceremony fashion, people are calling for Tiffany Haddish to host next year’s Oscars.
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#OscarsSoWhite Creator Launches Media Resource Directory For Marginalized Groups
“It’s clear from the response that this is a resource that was needed ... People were waiting to be seen.”
Fox News Exec Who Wrote Inflammatory Olympics Op-Ed Retires
John Moody wrote that the 2018 Winter Olympics should be called "darker, gayer, different."
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Hasan Minhaj Is Getting A Netflix Show
Comedian and ‘Daily Show’ correspondent Hasan Minhaj will host a weekly talk show on Netflix, making him the first Indian-American host of a weekly comedy series.
Netflix Titles Celebrating Queens of Color This Women's History Month
This March, we're honoring the women of color on screen who continuously prove why the future is undoubtedly femme.
Study Shows Audiences Want Diversity
A new study from UCLA finds that despite the huge success of diverse Hollywood projects, studios still release films with predominantly white casts.
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Audiences Want Diversity In Hollywood. Hollywood's Been Slow To Get The Message.
Movie and TV executives continue to treat successful projects with diverse casts and creators, like "Black Panther," as the exception rather than the rule.
Michelle Obama Hails 'Black Panther' For Inspiring 'People Of All Backgrounds'
The former first lady has long been a proponent for diversity in entertainment.
Here Are The Black People Behind The Scenes Who Made 'Black Panther' A Reality
Representation behind the camera matters, too.
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