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The actor, writer and director talks about building her creative career and the many turns it has taken over the past two decades.
"Representation matters," the comedian said, arguing that roles playing Jewish women rarely go to Jews.
Released Wednesday, the first day of Latinx Heritage Month, a new Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study warns of “an epidemic of invisibility.”
A new study describes how major movies perpetuate harmful stereotypes about AAPI people and make them the punchline.
The 30-year-old star was nominated for Best Leading Actress in a Drama Series for her role as Blanca Evangelista on the FX series "Pose."
Tom Hiddleston's Loki was finally confirmed as bisexual in the Disney+ series, bringing the character closer to its comic book origins.
Hala Ayala, a Democrat, is due to face off against Winsome Sears, a Republican.
Judge Robin Ransom made history in being selected to serve on the state’s highest court.
“We’ve only had one Asian American host co-host this show. Does that mean one of us should be leaving because there’s not enough representation?" she asked.
The streaming giant's original programming leads the industry in some areas of inclusion but falls short on many levels, a new study finds.
From Barack Obama's hair touching moment to the impact of "Hamilton," these examples highlight the power of diversity in children's media, toys and more.
Representation and a celebration of diversity ― racial, physical, gender and more ― are important for children to see. Here are streaming movies that do it well.
How parents can help their children understand and appreciate diversity.
Asians have been historically underrepresented at the Oscars and in other major entertainment awards.
A new report from media research giant Nielsen compares the on-screen representation of TV shows to the demographics of viewers.
The 2020 election was historic for LGBTQ representation on a national and local level.
The entertainment industry has been publicly grappling with its diversity problem, spurred in part by #OscarsSoWhite more than five years ago.
"Diversity and inclusion is a top priority for us," a spokesperson for the cable network said, days after its announced holiday lineup was met with criticism.
The "X-Men" and "Monster's Ball" star apologized and vowed "to promote better representation" in Hollywood moving forward.
The glossy 1940s Netflix drama wears its heart on its sleeve, but is that such a bad thing?