Halle Berry Weighs in on the Oscar Drama: “I thought that moment was bigger than me.”

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Halle Berry became the first African-American to win an Academy Award for Best Actress back in 2001 for her role in Monster’s Ball.
She weighed in on the Academy Awards scandal. Is there no diversity? Are the awards really RACIST?
“I believed that in that moment, that when I said [in my acceptance speech], ‘The door tonight has been opened,’ I believed that with every bone in my body that this was going to incite change because this door, this barrier, had been broken. And to sit here almost 15 years later, and knowing that another woman of color has not walked through that door, is heartbreaking. It’s heartbreaking because I thought that moment was bigger than me…Maybe it wasn’t. And I so desperately felt like it was.”
Another one for team Jada Pinkett Smith/ Will Smith.
Will you watch on Feb 28th?

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Dee Garcia grew up in South Texas in a tight knit family of five. Your typical Girls-Girl, Dee loves shopping, shoes, purses, home decor, fluffy "chick lit," Scandal, and her dogs! Dee knew she wanted to do something a bit different with her life. She was always a music and radio lover and in 2007, she became the Morning Show Co-Host at KBFM Wild 104. After falling in love with radio and graduating from college in 2009, Dee moved to Boise, Idaho for a chance to work at KWYD Wild 101; in 2011 she moved across the country yet again to do afternoons on WWKX Hot 106 in Rhode Island. Finally in 2012, she moved to Phoenix where she began to work on KEXX My 103.9. In August, 2013 Dee began her role as Morning Show Co-Host on Power 98.3. An Arizonian at heart, Dee is ecstatic to be doing what she loves--morning radio--in an amazing city. Dee not only brings a vibrant, positive, and sassy personality to the Gello and Dee in the Morning Show, she prides herself in being engaging, humorous, vocal, topical and relatable.

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