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  1. Lee Daniels On #OscarsSoWhite Controversy: "If You're Doing a Job for an Oscar, You're Doing the Wrong Job"

    8:38 pm 2/5/2016

    THR gathered a wide range of responses to Hollywood's ongoing dialogue surrounding diversity.Read more

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  2. How NAACP Image Awards Host Anthony Anderson Will Address #OscarsSoWhite

    9:00 am 2/5/2016

    The 'Black-ish' star, returning to emcee the annual show, says he won’t "harp on" diversity at the Feb. 5 ceremony: "It’s up to those who feel strongly about this to put their money where their mouth is."Read more

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  3. NAACP Image Awards: The Winners

    6:47 pm 2/6/2015

    'Selma,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'black-ish' were among the big winners.Read more

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  4. Spike Lee Sounds Off on 'Selma's' Oscar Snubs and Hollywood's Biggest "Lie"

    8:00 am 2/6/2015

    Remember the year "Driving Miss F—ing Daisy" won best picture (and 'Do the Right Thing' didn’t)? So does the director — and NAACP honoree — as he delves into entertainment’s ongoing diversity gap.Read more

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  5. Clive Davis to Receive NAACP Vanguard Award

    12:29 pm 2/3/2015

    The music mogul will be presented with the honor at the NAACP Image Awards on Feb. 6.Read more

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  6. Anthony Anderson to Host NAACP Image Awards

    10:17 am 1/8/2015

    The 'Black-ish' star is back to host the show for a second turnRead more

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  7. NAACP Image Awards Nominations: 'Selma,' 'Get On Up' Land Top Film Nods

    10:10 am 12/9/2014

    'Black-ish,' 'How to Get Away With Murder' and 'Scandal' are among the top TV nomineesRead more

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  8. NAACP Image Awards: The Winners

    3:47 pm 2/22/2014

    UPDATED: "12 Years a Slave" wins for motion picture, while Lupita Nyong'o, Kerry Washington and "Scandal" also take home honors.Read more

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  9. Lee Daniels on 'Butler's' NAACP Nominations: It 'Touches My Very Soul'

    8:00 am 1/11/2014

    The director reflects on his film's personal meaning, telling THR, "My mother, aunts and uncles all lived through this tumultuous era, and even today some of their scares remain."Read more

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