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When we make DEIB solely about numbers, we increase the probability of trauma and pain induced to more people because of harmful, toxic, and abusive work cultures.
So, if the pandemic has shown us how important health, safety, and family truly are – and filmmakers are losing out on all of the above at a disproportionate rate – why aren’t people up in arms about the horrendous treatment of those who’ve fed their binge frenzies since the pre-pandemic days?