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Gen Z and Millennials say accurate representation in TV and film is paramount for fostering inclusion.

Aug 09 2021

Gen Z and Millennials say accurate representation in TV and film is paramount for fostering inclusion. According to a new survey from Fuse Media analyzing the impact representation in the media has on society, 81% of Gen Z and Millennials feel media shapes the way they view and value themselves and others. Young respondents believe that the media has a responsibility to bring people together, and a lack of representation led to Gen Z and Millennial respondents feeling disconnected and excluded, with the Hispanic community feeling these emotions most. Additionally, 55% of respondents who are people of color feel that even when represented in media, their culture is often or always misrepresented through stereotypical portrayals. Young viewers want to see more stories that accurately represent a mix of ethnicities, races, identities, and backgrounds, and people with disabilities are the top group in need of more representation according to the study. Diversity behind the screen is vital for accurately portraying diverse stories, and YPulse’s Representation in Action trend research shows that 51% of BIPOC young consumers say stories about BIPOC individuals should be written by BIPOC individuals. (The Hollywood Reporter)