Despite years of progress, Hollywood is still majority white, male, and able-bodied, especially in leadership. A new effort is trying to seed the industry with more disabled people, especially disabled Black women creatives.
“When I think of the many ways we—laborers, neighbors, people in community with one another—are failing each other, I think first and foremost of the institution of work as we know it.”
Bad managers, burnout, and health fears are causing record numbers of workers to quit the industry for good.
Evalynn Romano, the daughter of custodians, offers clear, achievable solutions to affirm the dignity and health of this largely BIPOC workforce.
5 meditations on what “enough” means, from food to rest to diversity.