representation

The "Kim's Convenience" star has been tweeting about playing a superhero since 2014.
The cast and director made the move as part of the #GoldOpen movement, which aims to ensure opening weekend success for films with casts of color.
“It’s an important battle to fight and she’s not alone,” said Diana Huey, who played Ariel in a national touring production of the fairytale.
In honor of Mindy Kaling’s birthday, let’s take a look at how she has been championing diversity in front and behind the camera.
A new episode of the Discovery Family series is set to feature the characters Aunt Holiday and Auntie Lofty.
The actress’s award was a triumph for disabled representation, but how she received it was a sad reminder of the reality of ableism.
“A diverse film with no white saviors in the crew,” actress Sujata Day sings.
Raised by a single mom with working-class immigrant roots, the actor is now experiencing his come-up.
"Atlantics," the first feature film from French-Senegalese director Mati Diop, is competing for the Palme d'Or award.
"You feel like something’s wrong with you,” the “Crazy Rich Asians” star said of not seeing people like himself in portrayed in media and entertainment.
The Welsh actor says he's “proud and privileged” to be playing the icon in the musical biopic "Rocketman," even though he doesn't identify as gay.
The actor will play bounty hunter Spike Spiegel in the Netflix adaptation of the anime Western.
The Democratic presidential candidate chatted with HuffPost about how his identity plays into his campaign.
Disability advocates are speaking out against the actress’ remark that spasmodic dysphonia was her inspiration for a villainous character's voice.
A study calls for 1 in 4 people on screen and behind the camera to be disabled.
Brie Larson made a little girl’s night during the London premiere of “Captain Marvel,”
The “Breaking Bad” star granted the issue of representation was “worthy of debate,” so people on Twitter debated.
Golden Globes co-host and award winner Sandra Oh gave a speech celebrating the stories of people of color that are finally being told.
The actress' family members wore T-shirts with Oh's iconic quote from the 2018 Emmys, "It's an honor just to be Asian."