Benjamin Lopez

Executive director, National Association of Latino Independent Producers

Executive director, National Association of Latino Independent Producers

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Discussions about diversity and inclusion in film often center on women and black people. If you’re Latinx, Asian, or Native, you’re often left out.

The lack of Latinx representation in films

Discussions about diversity and inclusion in film often center on women and black people. If you’re Latinx, Asian, or Native, you’re often left out.

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