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2021 The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE TELEVISION ACADEMY FOUNDATION - Clockwise from left: Ruben Garcia, CAA Co-Head, Cultural Business Strategy Group, moderates "The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters," with panelists Steven Canals ("Pose" executive producer and writer), actor/writer/producer /creator Ryan O'Connell ("Special"); and Tony Award-nominated actor Ashley Park ("Emily in Paris"). This online, open-to-the-public event was sponsored by the Loreen Arbus Foundation and included in the Television Academy Foundation's inaugural College Television Summit, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, for college students nationwide. Gabe Gomez (lower right) was the ASL interpreter. (Invision for the Television Academy Foundation/AP Images)

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2021 The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE TELEVISION ACADEMY FOUNDATION - Clockwise from left: Ruben Garcia, CAA Co-Head, Cultural Business Strategy Group, moderates "The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters," with panelists Steven Canals ("Pose" executive producer and writer), actor/writer/producer /creator Ryan O'Connell ("Special"); and Tony Award-nominated actor Ashley Park ("Emily in Paris"). This online, open-to-the-public event was sponsored by the Loreen Arbus Foundation and included in the Television Academy Foundation's inaugural College Television Summit, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, for college students nationwide. Gabe Gomez (lower right) was the ASL interpreter. (Invision for the Television Academy Foundation/AP Images)

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2021 The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE TELEVISION ACADEMY FOUNDATION - Clockwise from left: Ruben Garcia, CAA Co-Head, Cultural Business Strategy Group, moderates "The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters," with panelists Steven Canals ("Pose" executive producer and writer), actor/writer/producer /creator Ryan O'Connell ("Special"); and Tony Award-nominated actor Ashley Park ("Emily in Paris"). This online, open-to-the-public event was sponsored by the Loreen Arbus Foundation and included in the Television Academy Foundation's inaugural College Television Summit, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, for college students nationwide. Gabe Gomez (lower right) was the ASL interpreter. (Invision for the Television Academy Foundation/AP Images)

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2021 The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE TELEVISION ACADEMY FOUNDATION - Ruben Garcia, CAA Co-Head, Cultural Business Strategy Group, left, moderates "The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters". This online, open-to-the-public event was sponsored by the Loreen Arbus Foundation and included in the Television Academy Foundation's inaugural College Television Summit, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, for college students nationwide. Gabe Gomez, right, was the ASL interpreter. (Invision for the Television Academy Foundation/AP Images)

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2021 The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE TELEVISION ACADEMY FOUNDATION - Clockwise from left: Ruben Garcia, CAA Co-Head, Cultural Business Strategy Group, moderates "The Power of TV: #RepresentationMatters," with panelists Steven Canals ("Pose" executive producer and writer), actor/writer/producer /creator Ryan O'Connell ("Special"); and Tony Award-nominated actor Ashley Park ("Emily in Paris"). This online, open-to-the-public event was sponsored by the Loreen Arbus Foundation and included in the Television Academy Foundation's inaugural College Television Summit, on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, for college students nationwide. Gabe Gomez (lower right) was the ASL interpreter. (Invision for the Television Academy Foundation/AP Images)

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