Anita Hill Study Finds Less Than Half of Hollywood Workers Believe Industry Leaders Care About Diversity and Inclusion

Latest results of the Hollywood Commission’s survey focus on bias and unfair behavior in entertainment

Despite the push in Hollywood for greater diversity and inclusive hiring practices across the industry, less than half of entertainment industry workers actually believe that leaders see diversity and inclusion as one of their priorities or core values.

That’s one of the takeaways from the latest findings of the survey conducted by The Hollywood Commission, which is chaired by Anita Hill and founded by lawyer Nina Shaw and Lucasfilm’s Kathleen Kennedy. Just under half (49%) of the survey’s 9,630 respondents of current and former industry workers said they believed that diversity and inclusion are core values to the entertainment business.

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Brian Welk

Brian Welk

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