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Asia Diggs Meador, 33, had never considered marrying outside her race.“All the other baggage — ‘This is who I am; accept me, like me’ — wasn’t there.That allowed me to have a real robust conversation about creativity and ideas without having to go through that.” For his part, Abrams said that he feels more like a student than a teacher when it comes to the inclusiveness conversation.At the kickoff dinner the night before, CAA curated the seating plan to optimize conversations, surveying guests in advance on whom they most hoped to meet.Lunch breakout sessions on Wednesday were similarly organized, and CAA even created an event app with headshots and bios of each attendee (but “no Tinder function yet,” joked Christy Haubegger, who leads CAA’s multicultural development group and spearheaded Amplify alongside chief innovation officer Michelle Kydd Lee). Abrams, moderated by motion picture lit agent Maha Dakhil and introduced by Lupita Nyong’o Du Vernay spoke of the barriers that women and people of color typically face in the industry, namely the lack of shared experiences with those already in power.
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