Lights, Camera, Struggle? Hollywood Latinos Speak Out. recent study from the University of Southern California made headlines after concluding Latinos continue to be the most underrepresented group in Hollywood films. Researchers looked at films over a six-year period and found that Latino characters accounted for only 4.9 percent of all speaking roles. In contrast, Hispanics are 17.1 percent of the population, yet are 25 percent of the moviegoing public. #diversitygap
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