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Diversity On Tv

  1. The Search for Madame Liu-TsongIn 1951, Anna May Wong was TV’s first Asian-American leading actor. And then her groundbreaking show disappeared.
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    The Groundbreaking Trans TV Moment That Almost Wasn’tThe CBS legal drama Doubt did something that’s never been seen on TV.
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    Ross Butler on 13 Reasons Why, Diversity, and His Friendship With Courtney Love“She’s super educated, like a walking encyclopedia.”
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    Kal Penn Says His House Audition Is How Hollywood Should Cast Roles“Hollywood is always behind the curve.”
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    Golden Globe Winner Rachel Bloom on TV Diversity“Anything else I do from now, I would want to make it about people who are diverse, gay, trans, because those are stories that have not been told.”
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    Master of None and How We Talk About Race on TV“When Asians get to be regular and mediocre and, you know, not the top student, that’s when we’re finally getting into equality territory.”
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    Kemp Agboh on Running a Minority-Led TV Show“Something that really troubles me and frightens me is how television is perceived, and how people select themselves out of it.”
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    Priyanka Chopra on Quantico and Diversity on TV“I decided a long time ago that if I was going to do anything internationally, it would be mainstream, pop entertainment.”
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    84 Percent of TV’s First-Time Directors Were MenWhite men directed 69 percent of TV shows.
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    Shonda Rhimes (and Everyone Else) Hated That Deadline Story on Diversity“Article is so ignorant I can’t even be bothered.”
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    The 13 Most Ignorant Quotes From That Awful Deadline Article“Ethnic castings” is just the tip of the iceberg.
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    Shonda Rhimes Writes About One Thing: Loneliness“I am making TV look like the world looks.”
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    Being Mary Jane Creator on Color-blind Casting“I’m not fucking colorblind!”