Frances McDormand’s Oscar speech to discourage discrimination
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Frances McDormand introduced in and outside of Hollywood the phrase “inclusion rider” at the conclusion of her acceptance speech for winning best actress at the 90th Academy Awards for her performance in “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.”
At the end of speech in Oscar 2018, the best actress winner said, "I have two words for you: inclusion rider."
So what is it? An inclusion rider is a reference to the belief by some that there should be requirements in contracts that provide for gender and racial diversity.