What A Day

All That Glitters Is Not Golden Globes

All That Glitters Is Not Golden Globes

What A Day - May 14, 2021 - 22:07

The Center for Disease Control announced revised mask guidelines yesterday, stating that people who are fully vaccinated can safely go maskless and stop social distancing most of the time, even if they are indoors. One hope is that the guidance will cut down on vaccine hesitancy; The Biden administration is effectively telling Americans that you can get vaccinated and do a lot more, or you can keep on wearing a mask and do less.The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is in hot water, with NBC announcing this week it cancelled its 2022 broadcast of the Golden Globes as a way of holding the show accountable for its lack of diversity and problematic pay-to-play model. We discuss the history of the HFPA, how it became so powerful, and how it responded to criticism.And in headlines: the death toll in Gaza rises above 100, doctors in Japan urge the country to cancel the Summer Olympics, and Russia launches a movie space race. Plus, FANTI's Tre'vell Anderson fills in for Akilah Hughes.Show Notes:Kaiser Health News: "Latinos Are the Most Eager to Get Vaccinated, Survey Shows — But Face Obstacles" – https://bit.ly/3uLWxZ8NYT: "They Haven’t Gotten a Covid Vaccine Yet. But They Aren’t ‘Hesitant’ Either." – https://nyti.ms/3eL6qkkFor a transcript of this show, please visit crooked.com/whataday.

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