If Home Depot weren't hiring enough cashiers of color, you wouldn't sit around in a meeting talking about it, you'd sue them. Why shouldn't we sue large theaters that aren't diversifying?
(Again: I'm not saying we should, I'm just saying it's worth thinking about)
UPDATE: I wrote this post in great haste in the midst of the convening and wrote a clarifying post in the comments. Because people don't always read comments before posting their own, I realized i should append it to the post. So here it is:
I was talking, just to clarify about administrative staffing....In other words... aren't some of these issues issues of workplace discrimination? And if so, why aren't they ever talked about in those terms? (for the record, I don't really think class action lawsuits are the answer, but a discrimination paradigm might open some new windows for thinking about these issues.)