Ri-Karlo Handy

editor and owner of Sunwise Media and the Handy Foundation

Editor and owner of Sunwise Media

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Earlier this week, a long-awaited decision dropped on reality television. Matt James chose his mate in the 25th season finale of “The Bachelor.”

Confronting the nuances of race and real life on ‘The Bachelor’

Earlier this week, a long-awaited decision dropped on reality television. Matt James chose his mate in the 25th season finale of “The Bachelor.”

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The latest episode of ABC’s “The Bachelorette” will air tonight, and it’s been marked by historic firsts. COVID postponed production. Then there was a bachelorette switcheroo.

Networks pledge to diversify their reality TV shows. Do they deliver?

The latest episode of ABC’s “The Bachelorette” will air tonight, and it’s been marked by historic firsts. COVID postponed production. Then there was a bachelorette switcheroo.

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A call for Black editors on social media has put another spotlight on Hollywood, its lack of diversity, and its reluctance to change.

Film editor accused of ‘anti-white racism’ for connecting Black colleagues with jobs

A call for Black editors on social media has put another spotlight on Hollywood, its lack of diversity, and its reluctance to change.

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