Eva Longoria Helps Create Race-Based Crew Database for Discriminatory Film and TV Hiring

Eva Longoria Helps Create Race-Based Crew Database for Discriminatory Film and TV Hiring


Producers Eva Longoria and Charles D. King revealed this June at the Produced By conference that they are creating a database of talent based on race so that studios can explicitly engage in racial discrimination while hiring for film crews.

“We have to do the work — every time I produce something, I bring my crew list,” Longoria said at the conference, according to a report by Deadline.

Longoria and King added that they share the list of what Deadline calls “diverse talent” between themselves and other filmmakers — such as Ava DuVernay, who helmed the woke, factually-challenged Netflix miniseries When They See Us and Colin in Black and White, a social justice vanity project for former NFL player Colin Kaepernick.

King agreed with Longoria that their role

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