Kathryn Finney, founder and managing director of digitalundivided, has become a major source of inspiration and guidance for women by taking it upon herself to increase intersectionality in the giant industry of tech, where very few identities are represented.Read Full Story
Kevin Feige, the president of Marvel Studios, seems to be leaning in and taking note of Hollywood's need to diversify and include women behind the camera, but does that mean we'll see a woman behind the camera anytime soon? Rumors are that we will.Read Full Story
The question of diversity in film has been buzzing at the Cannes Film Festival. Disney-Pixar's John Lasseter claims that, finally, female and ethnic characters are important to their studio. We're looking forward to these five films.Read Full Story
The Scottish National Party (SNP) has broken lots of records recently, most notably winning 56 out of a possible 59 seats in last week's general election. Another big reason to celebrate is that its the party with the most LGBT MPs of all major political parties in the world.Read Full Story
After awards ceremonies are done, many films tend to fade out of the American consciousness. Selma is different. The movie, a look at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s famous march to Selma, was a critical darling, earning a remarkable 99 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, and grossing over $50 million in U.S. theaters. We talked with David Oyelowo, the impeccable actor who took on the role of Dr. King, about what’s changed since Selma and how he hopes the film will continue to have an impact.Read Full Story
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