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Corporations, Vocal About Racial Justice, Go Quiet on Voting Rights


This time around, however, the entertainment industry has taken a more guarded approach.When asked for comment, Disney, Netflix, NBCUniversal, Sony Pictures Entertainment and ViacomCBS either said they had no public comment or did not respond to queries. The Motion Picture Association, Hollywood’s lobbying organization, declined to comment, as did Amazon Studios, which six months ago released “All In: The Fight for Democracy,” a documentary about efforts by Ms. Abrams and other activists to tear down voting barriers in Georgia and elsewhere. WarnerMedia, which is owned by AT&T, said its corporate parent was working with local chambers of …

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