March On Broadway Protesters Call For Greater Industry Inclusion & Diversity, Scott Rudin Ouster – Update

March On Broadway Protesters Call For Greater Industry Inclusion & Diversity, Scott Rudin Ouster  – Update
Update, with social media photos Protesters and organizers of today’s March on Broadway are sharing photos of the event, which started at 1 pm Et at Columbus Circle in Manhattan and has proceeded to Times Square and the theater district.

The march, a grassroots event calling for, among other demands, the ouster of Scott Rudin from the Broadway League as well as for greater Broadway representation and inclusion of Bipoc, trans, disabled and other communities, has drawn a crowd estimated by local news radio station 1010 Wins at more than 350 participants. (See the entire list of demands below.)

“Times Square is full again,” tweeted one marcher.

Here is a sampling of Twitter posts shared today during the march:

Times Square is full again. #marchonbroadway #broadwayfightsback pic.twitter.com/PemcjeTsLV

Laura Heywood BroadwayGirlNYC (@BroadwayGirlNYC) April 22, 2021

“There and thousands a of people with invisible disabilities. They hide them because of fear. … We have the talent.
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