Dear White People creator 'not surprised' by lack of Oscar nominations diversity

Dear White People creator 'not surprised' by lack of Oscar nominations diversity

The creator of Netflix comedy Dear White People has said he is not surprised by a lack of diversity in recent Oscar nominations.
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