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Reese Witherspoon Appears On The Cover Of The Hollywood Reporter With Five Top Actresses

The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Drama Actress Roundtable‘ took place and Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, Janelle Monáe, Zendaya, Rose Byrne, and Helena Bonham Carter contributed to the issue.

The actresses spoke of systemic racism, typecasting, inequality, and white privilege, under today’s climate.

Regarding this discussion, Reese Witherspoon, who is one of the 100 most influential people in the world, posted the cover of The Hollywood Reporter on Instagram and mentioned the event as follows:

“Last week I got together (virtually, of course!) with some incredible women to discuss the importance of awareness and action. It was unanimously noted that while we are living through a unique moment in history, it is our acts of service that will garner real change.”

The Academy Award-winning actress wrote about actors’ share on making a social change in the film industry:

“As actors it’s our duty to accept roles that can create change and to hold the companies we work with accountable for equal representation. I’m so moved by these women who show up in big ways to break stereotypes in our industry.”

The ‘Legally Blonde’ actress Witherspoon thanked both the actresses and The Hollywood Reporter for this conversation:

“Thank you for leading the way. And thank you to @hollywoodreporter for giving us the opportunity to come together and reflect.”

Below you can find the mentioned Instagram post.

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Last week I got together (virtually, of course!) with some incredible women to discuss the importance of awareness and action. It was unanimously noted that while we are living through a unique moment in history, it is our acts of service that will garner real change. As actors it’s our duty to accept roles that can create change and to hold the companies we work with accountable for equal representation. I’m so moved by these women who show up in big ways to break stereotypes in our industry– @zendaya, @janellemonae, @jenniferaniston, #HelenaBonhamCarter and @fullyrosebyrne – thank you for leading the way. And thank you to @hollywoodreporter for giving us the opportunity to come together and reflect. Full feature linked in my stories 💕 (📷: @ramonarosales)

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