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Nina Shaw on driving 'real change' on diversity, inclusion

Clip: 01/20/2020 | 5m 8s

Nina Shaw is an African American entertainment lawyer at the forefront of the industry’s MeToo movement. She grew up in Harlem and the Bronx against the backdrop of the civil rights era and now represents prominent artists including Laurence Fishburne and Ava DuVernay. Shaw joins Steve Goldbloom to discuss being a trailblazer, what it took for her to get this far and her hopes for the future.

Aired: 01/20/20

Rating: NR

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