NAACP: TV Falls Short In Diversity Television has a long way to go before it reflects the diversity of American society, according to a new NAACP report. Vic Bullock, the director of the NAACP Hollywood bureau, and Jeff Yang, the Asian Pop columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle, talk about the report's findings.
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NAACP: TV Falls Short In Diversity

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NAACP: TV Falls Short In Diversity

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Television has a long way to go before it reflects the diversity of American society, according to a new NAACP report. Vic Bullock, the director of the NAACP Hollywood bureau, and Jeff Yang, the Asian Pop columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle, talk about the report's findings.