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Oscar President Speaks Up About Differences in Skin Color

Cheryl Boone Isaacsevent president Academy Awards 88th, finally spoke up about the problem of lack of diversity in the absence of black star nominees in this year’s film event.

As delivered Ace ShowbizTuesday (19/1/2022), Isaacs admitted that his own heart was broken and frustrated when he saw the list of names and titles that were nominated.

“It’s been a difficult but important conversation, and it’s time for a big change. Party Academy took dramatic steps to change our membership structure,” he said.

“In the coming days and weeks we will be conducting a review of our membership recruitment in order to bring the much-needed diversity to our classrooms in 2022 and beyond,” Cheryl continued about her plans to Academy Awards in the future.

“As many of you know, we have implemented changes to diversity in our membership in the last four years, but the changes have not come as quickly as we would like. We need to do more, and better and faster.”

According to him again, the issue of diversity has indeed become a thing that haunts the event organizers Academy Awards. In the 1960s and 1970s, there was polemic about recruiting younger members.

Previously, the list of nominees Academy Awards The 88th was heavily criticized for the many black stars who stood out during 2015 but were not given the chance to win the 2022 Oscars.

Jada Pinkett Smith and director Chi-Raq, Spike Lee, calling for a boycott of the Oscars. Temporary Chris Rock and Will Packer, producer Straight Outta Comptonissued a stern statement. Snoop Dogg even expressed his frustration with the most prestigious film event through an Instagram video.