Hollywood is trying its best. For one thing, Ava Duvernay will prove that there's more than enough room for Black directors to make mass-appeal, big-budget movies when A Wrinkle In Time premieres. Mindy Kaling is back on network TV with a new show; a same-sex love story is at the center of Love, Simon, the 2018 successor to young adult adaptations for the big screen; and the most highly anticipated book release this month is written by a 24-year-old Nigerian-American woman. Inclusivity isn't just a passing trend; it's here to stay.
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