Friday's front page of the Oakland Tribune captures the whitewashed Oscar nominations with a flawless headline.

After yesterday's announcements, there were, among other categories, blaring omissions from the Best Director (Ava DuVernay), Best Actor (David Oyelowo), and Best Cinematography (Bradford Young) slots. But maybe that's not so surprising when you consider "the overall academy is still 93% white" and 76% male.

Writing for the Tribune, David E. Early noted: "For the second time in 14 years, not one actor of color was among the 20 nominees in the best actor and supporting actor categories for men or women."

Good job, Hollywood

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