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hollywood diversity

Brienne of Tarth, Arya and Khaleesi are just a few of the badass leads.
The actor, director and producer has faced racism throughout her career.
"Black Panther" and "Crazy Rich Asians" won big at the box office, not so much at the Golden Globes.
"(This movie) is for anyone who ever felt like they didn't fit in."
The "GLOW" star says her experience with the Netflix show was a positive experience in how Hollywood can better showcase diversity.
During the 80s, there were few memorable Asian female characters in the mainstream media and certainly any Asian male characters on TV were always reduced to the geeky nerd with the thick accent who made a fool of himself. The protagonists from the movies I saw were the opposite of Asian. TV heroes were almost always tall and blond white boys.