The latest report from the Anita Hill-led Hollywood Commission has found a “remarkable bias gap” among workers in the entertainment industry, with industry women across all demographics “roughly twice as likely as their male counterparts to experience every form of biased or unfair behavior.” The report also found that less than half (49%) of the 9,630 industry workers surveyed believe that diversity and inclusion are core values of the entertainment industry. The report concluded that “men in Hollywood appear to inhabit a parallel universe when it comes to their overwhelmingly positive perception of progress in welcoming and valuing diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives.” According to the report, “Three out of four men (75%) see progress being made in welcoming and valuing diverse backgrounds, compared to 63% of women.” Related Story Anita Hill-Led Hollywood Commission’s Survey Finds ‘Startling’ Number Of Industry Workers Who Believe That Sexual Harassers Are Not Held To Account The survey also revealed “a remarkable gap between the experiences and perceptions of majority men and underrepresented groups as to diversity and inclusion across the entertainment industry. While the majority of respondents believe that there has been progress with respect to diversity and inclusion” since the #MeToo movement began… Read full this story
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