Time 20 Dec 2019

Andrew Yang Questions The Lack Of Diversity On The Democratic Debate Stage


Andrew Yang questions the lack of diversity on the Democratic Debate stage.

Chris Hayes breaks down two possible explanations for the lack of jabs and general nastiness in the 2020 race so far.
"1917" won seven awards at Sunday's British Academy Film Awards, including best picture and best director, while best actor winner Joaquin Phoenix slammed the lack of diversity at the awards in his acceptance speech, saying it sent "a very clear message to people of color that ‘You're not welcome here.'" (Feb. 2)
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is facing criticism over the lack of diversity in its Oscar nominations again. Out of 20 nominees in acting categories, only one person of color was nominated and women were shut out of the Best Director category.
Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez defends the DNC's qualification and nomination process ahead of the Democratic debate tonight in Iowa.

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