minorities now have a database to find work in hollywood
In the words of Tiffany Haddish, no more white people with clipboards.
snoop dogg rants against a culture of presenting black oppression
Frustrated with the rehashing of horrific slave histories, Snoop wants us to celebrate the successes of black culture today.
bafta is shaking up its member voting privileges too
After #OscarsSoWhite and the Academy’s review of membership, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts LA chapter is rethinking its own roll.
asian academy members protest ‘tone deaf’ oscars ceremony
Three-time Oscar winner Ang Lee and two dozen Academy members have written a letter of protest regarding the recent ceremony’s offensive and racist portrayal of Asians.
how chris rock dealt with #oscarssowhite
The comedian didn’t let the Academy off the hook for its lack of diversity in his masterful presentation of the 88th Awards.
what happened at the academy awards
Celebrities spoke out positively — on the red carpet and on stage — about #oscarssowhite and improving diversity in Hollywood.
lupita nyong'o and trevor noah on confronting racism in the entertainment industry
On the morning of the 2016 Oscars broadcast, 'The New York Times' featured the pair in a conversation about the lack of diversity in Hollywood, Broadway, TV, and beyond.
inside the uk's #britssowhite movement
The U.S. shares a lack of awards diversity with our friends across the pond.
fighting the power at the academy awards: a video history
These powerful Academy Awards speeches have called for social justice.
our fantasy oscar winners (no straight white men included)
As this year’s Oscars ignores the strong racial, sexual and gender diversity at the cinema, we decided to pick our own winners.
meryl streep speaks out about hollywood’s diversity problem in berlin
The solution? Make boardrooms less white and male.
in wake of #oscarssowhite, halle berry speaks out as the only woman of color to win best actress
At the 2016 MAKERS Conference, Halle Berry reflected on her 2002 win and thinking the doors had opened for women of colour in Hollywood, calling the situation 'heartbreaking'.