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What Frances McDormand meant by an 'inclusion rider' at the Oscars

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In Frances McDormand’s impassioned Oscars acceptance speech for Best Actress, she plead with film industry heavyweights in the room to pay attention to the women around them — whose stories need telling and financing. 

“Don’t talk to us at the parties tonight, invite us into your office or we’ll come to yours; whatever suits you best. We’ll tell you all about them,” the Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri star said.

Yet there were two words at the conclusion of her speech which puzzled much of the room and the public alike: “Inclusion rider.” So, what is it? Read more…

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