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The Women In Film organization is tackling racism in the industry by issuing a multimedia campaign that calls on employers to hire more women of color.


Taking A Stand

WIF executive director Kirsten Schaffer gave a statement on their website:

"With the convergence of a pandemic and the national uprising in defense of Black lives, it must be made clear that current market structures have to be transformed if we are serious about creating equity. We call on leaders to join us in building a new normal that prioritizes equity and career sustainability for women, especially Women of Color, in the screen industries."

Under the "Change" feature of the site the campaign is listed

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To learn more on how to evoke change in your favorite up and coming films, click here.

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