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"Simultaneously accessible and engrossing, Reel Inequality...seamlessly bridge[s]
the often expansive gap between popular debates and scholarly discourse."
- Contemporary Sociology
Reel Inequality: Hollywood Actors and Racism is the first book to examine the barriers African American, Asian American and Latina/o actors face in Hollywood and how they creatively challenge stereotypes. This groundbreaking work combines statistics on the Hollywood industry with over 100 personal interviews with working actors and other industry personnel to tell a comprehensive story of racism in Hollywood. The book is now available everywhere books are sold, published by Rutgers University Press.
Download Chapter 2: Hollywood's Colorblind Racism HERE.