Actor Michael B. Jordan became one of the men leading the charge for a more equitable Hollywood when he announced on Wednesday that his production company would adopt inclusion riders on all its projects. The “Black Panther” and “Creed” star then linked to the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative, led by Dr. Stacy Smith, who first publicly presented the inclusion rider as a solution to Hollywood’s dismal diversity problem in a 2014 op-ed in The Hollywood Reporter.
Frances McDormand memorably called for inclusion riders in her Oscars acceptance speech.
Michael B. Jordan announced his production company, Outlier Society, will be adopting inclusion riders in all of their deals.
Jordan announced that his production company, Outlier Society, will adopt riders for all of its future projects.
Days after “inclusion rider” was trending in the wake of Frances McDormand’s impassioned Oscars speech, Michael B. Jordan has made a promise. The Black Panther and Creed actor said in an Instagram post today that he will include inc...