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Some Things | Vol. 61: What we've learned from the Oscars

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Some Things | Vol. 61: What we’ve learned from the Oscars
“I think the world would be unliveable without Art…” Steven Soderbergh (Best Director for Traffic 2001)
This year’s Oscars made headlines across the globe but for many of the wrong reasons. So this week we wanted to celebrate & recall some of the most positive moments & firsts to come from the Academy Awards in recent years.
Here are Some Things from the Oscars to inspire you:

  1. A moment to remember - the hosts that smashed the patriarchy via The Cut
  2. If you ever needed a reason to be true to yourself, this is it via Time Out
  3. Paving the way for future generations - the first woman of colour to take home Best Director via Variety
  4. Not just a funny face - the first person of indigenous descent to win Adapted Screenplay via Vanity Fair
  5. The Hollywood star who’s the first openly queer woman of colour to win an acting role via Them
  6. The first Latina producer to win an Oscar via LA Times
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West Side Story via IMDB
West Side Story via IMDB
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