Celebrities like Scarlett Witch actor and former Black Panther actress Meryl Streep, who has made her name with roles in films like “The Imitation Game” and “American Hustle,” have been outspoken in calling out Hollywood for its lack of diversity.

Streep, the first Black actress to win an Academy Award, said last month on Twitter that Hollywood is still segregated.

“In America, Black actors get the same amount of money, and white actors get more money.

What’s that all about?

It’s not right, Scarlett.”

Streep was not alone in her call to action.

Last month, actress Aja Naomi King called out Hollywood’s lack of diverse actors and writers in a post on Instagram.

She said that there’s no shortage of Black people in Hollywood and there are plenty of black people writing for films.

She added that she and many other black actors and actresses have been speaking out for months about their experiences.

“It’s not fair,” King said.

“And it is very frustrating to me.

I’m tired of seeing the same white faces, and it’s not the case anymore.

I’ve been a producer on a lot different films. “

I’ve been in a lot of different industries.

I’ve been a producer on a lot different films.

I have a very diverse portfolio, and I know that there are lots of people who are very talented in the industry who are white, male, cisgender, able-bodied and just aren’t represented,” King added.

“When it comes to representation, it is absolutely not the fault of a Hollywood studio or a Hollywood production company that they don’t have enough Black actors and female writers.”

King’s comments came after a string of Black actresses and actresses in Hollywood spoke out against their own lack of representation.

Black actors who have been nominated for Oscars have also been vocal about their concerns with representation in Hollywood.

Last week, actress and producer Mindy Kaling spoke out about her own lack in representation in the media.

“This is not a joke, because this is a reality,” Kaling told ABC News.

“As a Black woman, I have seen people tell me to ‘just go back to Africa,’ because there is no place to go.

It’s an amazing world, and if you’re not part of it, then it’s really, really, very frustrating.

It is very upsetting to me because this doesn’t make any sense.”

In February, actress Latasha Burset shared her story of a lack of Black women in the entertainment industry after she said she was offered a role on a television show in her native India.

“We have no Black women, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t want to work and do this show,” Bursett said.

In April, actress Shailene Woodley shared her own story of an executive producer telling her that she was a “white girl” when she auditioned for a part in a Hollywood film.

“If you’re in the studio, and you don’t look like the model you’ve always been, you don’st get the job,” she said.

In October, actor and producer Lupita Nyong’o wrote a letter to the editor in The New York Times after being told by her agent that she had been cast in the film “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” and was to receive a “small percentage of the grosses” of the film.

Nyong ‘o wrote in the letter that she has been rejected by other producers because of her appearance and was asked by her mother to wear makeup while filming.

“Because of my hair, I can only wear a black bra, which is not acceptable to the director,” Nyong wrote.

“You can’t just ask a girl to wear a bra, you have to ask her to wear it and she has to wear the bra.

If she is uncomfortable wearing it, she’s not good enough to play the part.”

In a tweet that followed, actress Mindy McCreary said, “I feel so excluded, so trapped in a body I can’t wear, and so much of the work I do is being devalued.”

She added, “This industry needs to start to address its structural racism.

And if we don ‘t, the system is going to continue to perpetuate that cycle.”

In May, actress/model Laverne Cox was told that she wasn’t “fit” for the role of “Dr. Octopus,” the antagonist in Disney’s “A Wrinkle in Time,” due to her skin color.

“My hair is black,” Cox told Entertainment Tonight in an interview.

“They said that because my hair is so long, I’m not able to wear heels, so I’m wearing flats.

That’s not an option.

So, I’ve got a really difficult situation here.”

Cox was not the