Diversity In Hollywood

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In a recent cover story with "The Hollywood Reporter," the "Queen Sugar" producers talk inclusion, representation and Black Lives Matter.

This woke 16-year-old actress stressed that she practices her “activism through art.”

In the film's new one-sheet, the actor appears with an American flag noose wrapped around his neck.

The actress is amongst good (and diverse company) as she joins Donald Glover, Zendaya, Abraham Attah and Bokeem Woodbine.

The "Scandal" star sat down with "Master of None's" Aziz Ansari and spoke that good truth about inclusion in Hollywood and beyond.

Tamir Rice, Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Oscar Grant and Aiyana Stanley-Jones were among the names showcased. Rest in power.

Expect to see the CoverGirl and Disney star stuck in the superhero's web in 2017.

If a film is centered on the lives of African-Americans and other marginalized individuals, it passes this must-needed test.

POTUS strongly believes that when “everyone’s story is told that makes for better art.”

The “Project Greenlight” producer will serve as his Executive VP in Production and Development for TV and Film.

Lee Daniels calls out Hollywood producers for not having enough writers of color on staff.