The diversity racket in action:
For those unfamiliar with TV staffing, the networks have initiatives that require most shows to set aside one staff position for a writer of diverse descent. The diversity hire is often the only writer on staff whose salary does not come out of the show's budget, but is paid by the network . . .
Here is what mostly happened: My agent pitched me on the phone as a diversity candidate, but once at the meetings my appearance confused people.
"Your father must be very light-skinned," one executive said.
When I told another that my paternal grandparents were interracially married in the 1940s, having met as founding members of CORE (Congress of Racial Equality), she said, "So really, you are only a quarter black. You have more white blood than black blood."
Good to see that Hollywood rejects the one drop rule.
Hollywood in a race to the bottom? Faster please. California needs Hollywood like Michael Moore needs another donut.
You'll seldom find people who are more overtly racist than modern "diversity" advocates. They seem to think that if they are "for" a given minority group then this forgives their racist worldview.