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The 88th Academy Awards’ lack of diverse nominees ignited a firestorm over the industry’s failure of inclusion, leading many in Hollywood to speak out on the issue. Sunday night on the Oscars red carpet, Whoopi Goldberg, George Miller, Michael Sugar, Alan Wenkus, Pete Docter, Ted Sarandos, Michael Barker, Louis Gossett Jr., Tom Hooper, Josh Singer, Tom McCarthy, Carter Burwell, David Lang and Sumi Jo took the opportunity to talk to Variety about the issue, and what Hollywood can do to change.

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