- — Jen Siebel Newsom (@JenSiebelNewsom)Sun, Feb 28 2016 22:48:52
- And soon we were off, celebrating reporters who asked great questions in the spirit of #AskHerMore:
- — TakePart (@TakePart)Mon, Feb 29 2016 00:13:24
- — RedCarpetGreenDress (@RedCarpetGreenD)Sun, Feb 28 2016 17:22:28Sophie Turner @SophieT will be wearing a sustainable gown to the #Oscars2016 for #RCGD! #Askhermore https://twitter.com/jamesmcavoysgf/status/703992616317120512 …
- — MG Maloney (@MGMaloney)Mon, Feb 29 2016 00:55:52
- — Miss Representation (@RepresentPledge)Mon, Feb 29 2016 01:13:32
- — Jess Weiner (@JessWeiner)Mon, Feb 29 2016 00:46:43
- And then the show began with Chris Rock's opening monologue talking about race, representation, and #AskHerMore:
- And soon everyone was talking about why we need #AskHerMore!
- — Jen Siebel Newsom (@JenSiebelNewsom)Mon, Feb 29 2016 03:08:04In an industry where only a third of speaking characters in films are women, it's critical we #AskHerMore. #Oscars https://twitter.com/TheRepProject/status/704140125324705793 …
- — The Rep Project (@TheRepProject)Mon, Feb 29 2016 03:04:22
- — Katie Couric (@katiecouric)Mon, Feb 29 2016 02:28:18
- — Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom)Mon, Feb 29 2016 02:14:41
- — Rebecca Eisenberg (@ryeisenberg)Mon, Feb 29 2016 02:06:21Was really disappointed by Chris Rock saying the #AskHerMore campaign is in response to “not real sexism” =/ Expected better from him.
#AskHerMore Goes From the Red Carpet to the Main Stage, Inspiring Millions to Challenge Sexism
At the 88th Academy Awards, The Representation Project inspired viewers, reporters, and performers to challenge and overcome limiting stereotypes. Through the #AskHerMore campaign, we urged individuals and communities to talk about women in ways that celebrate artistic achievements and do not reduce them solely to looks, beauty, and sexuality. Together, we can create more opportunities for women and people of color so that representation on-screen begins to match our population.
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