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“At the end of Frances McDormand's speech at the 90th annual Academy Awards, the best actress winner said, "I have two words for you: inclusion rider."

At the end of Frances McDormand's speech Sunday night at the 90th annual Academy Awards, 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.

In a 2014 guest column for The Hollywood Reporter, Stacy Smith, director of USC Annenberg's Media, Diversity & Social Change Initiative, brought up a similar contract clause — what she called an "equity rider" — as a solution for improving diversity in Hollywood.”

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