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Blackout Tuesday: Entertainment Companies Take Time To Reflect, Explore Ways To Provoke Change In Response To George Floyd Death – Update

UPDATED, 3:20 PM: APA observed Blackout Tuesday by holding A Conversation for Action, part of its APA Elevate series, to focus on education and identify ways in which to fight for real and meaningful change. In addition to APA staff and clients, the Zoom webinar audience included showrunners, managers, studio and network executives, producers and talent who heard from voices such as Anoa Changa, attorney, political organizer, journalist and host of the podcast The Way with Anoa; and Isaac Wright Jr. , executive producer of the critically-acclaimed ABC series, For Life, who spent more than seven years in prison for a crime he did not commit.


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