I feel like this was taken very out of context. yes if you’re talking about a diverse film, from the publics view, the casting of the actors would be the main proof of that. I wholeheartedly agree that hollywood, in every aspect, needs more diversity. but in terms of the off camera crew, real diversity is achieved by hiring off of merit, not race. you can’t force diversity on the hiring of the show, but you can set better standards and put measures in place to reduce racism in the formation of the crew. I think matt was touching on that yes, you can however aim for diversity in the casting of a film. both sides of the issue require reform, but I think matt was trying to say that if you’re looking for fixing a diversity issue within the project, you need to look towards to casting. you can’t fix a lack of diversity in the crew by aiming for a more diverse staff, true diversity is reached by addressing the racism of those in the industry and the holes in the system that allow for discrimination in hiring
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