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Recent articles by Marina:

Hollywood's Diversity Efforts Can't Ignore Disability, Advocates Say In Open Letter

Among the letter's more than 80 signatories include actors Amy Poehler, Naomie Harris, Heather Matarazzo and Janina Gavankar. → Read More

‘Who Killed Vincent Chin?’ And How Media Depictions Of Asians Have Changed (Or Not)

Christine Choy and Renee Tajima-Peña directed the Oscar-nominated 1989 film about Chin's murder, a turning point for Asian American civil rights activism. → Read More

There Have Been Nearly 4,000 Incidents Of Anti-Asian Racism In The Last Year

As the coronavirus pandemic raged, the number soared. And it keeps rising. → Read More

There Have Been Nearly 4,000 Incidents Of Anti-Asian Racism In The Last Year

As the coronavirus pandemic raged, the number soared. And it keeps rising. → Read More

Steven Yeun Is The First Asian American Nominated For Best Actor Oscar

The "Minari" star made history. → Read More

There Were Lots Of History-Making Oscar Nominations, Yet There’s Still Work To Do

After years of little to no progress, the academy nominated a record-breaking nine actors of color, among many "firsts." → Read More

Finally, More Than 1 Woman Was Nominated For Best Director In The Same Year

Until this year, only five women had ever been nominated for the Best Director Oscar in 93 years. → Read More

Steven Yeun Is The First Asian American Nominated For Best Actor Oscar

The "Minari" star made history. → Read More

Cuomo’s Refusal To Resign Followed Every Page Of The Alleged Abuser Playbook

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo questioned his accusers' motivations, claimed it was all a misunderstanding and suggested he is a victim of "cancel culture." → Read More

Andra Day Is The 2nd Black Woman Ever To Win Golden Globe For Best Actress In A Drama

The singer made her acting debut in "The United States vs. Billie Holiday," directed by Lee Daniels. → Read More

'Spectacle' Podcast Makes The Case For Reality TV As A Crucial Art Form

The podcast delves into the history of shows like “The Real World,” “Survivor” and “The Bachelor” and what they say about us as a society. → Read More

'Free Britney' Documentary Shows How We Haven't Reckoned With Sexism In Media

"Framing Britney Spears" draws from a trove of archival footage of sexist media narratives about the pop icon. → Read More

Nearly 80% Of Hollywood Assistants Are Making Below A Living Wage, New Survey Finds

A new #PayUpHollywood survey finds that assistants, long underpaid and overworked, have faced even more inequities because of COVID-19. → Read More

Joe Biden Signs Executive Order Condemning Anti-Asian Racism Related To COVID-19

While a largely symbolic coronavirus measure, it’s in stark contrast to the actions of Donald Trump, who actively fomented racism against Asian Americans. → Read More

Hollywood Has Opened Some Doors For Underrepresented TV Writers, But What Comes Next?

Diversity programs have helped more people start their careers. But to build a truly inclusive Hollywood, they need more paths to power. → Read More

The Gold List Aims To Make Sure Asian Actors And Filmmakers Strike Oscar Gold

Asians have been historically underrepresented at the Oscars and in other major entertainment awards. → Read More

'Mr. Mayor' Embodies The Best And Worst Of Tina Fey's Shows

Fey's latest NBC sitcom, starring Ted Danson as a bumbling mayor, leans into the qualities that make her work both great and frustrating. → Read More

The Golden Globes Calling 'Minari' A 'Foreign' Film Is More Than An Awards Season Problem

The movie, which stars Steven Yeun and tells a distinctly American story, is being considered a “foreign language movie” because most of its dialogue is in Korean. → Read More

Indian Americans Take Pride In Kamala, But Democrats Must Not Take Them For Granted

A new study illustrates the complexity of Indian Americans, who are becoming a key voting demographic. → Read More

16 Hilariously Reliable Tropes You'll Find In These Made-For-TV Holiday Movies

Whether at a Christmas bakeoff or at a historic inn, we promise you these characters discover the magic of the holidays and live happily ever after. → Read More