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Leonardo DiCaprio says Hollywood needs to “do more” when telling Native American stories

Leonardo DiCaprio says that he and his colleagues in Hollywood “need to do more” regarding telling Native American stories.DiCaprio appears in new Martin Scorsese western crime drama Killers Of The Flower Moon, which follows the FBI investigation into a series of Oklahoma murders in the Osage Nation.Speaking to Vogue alongside co-star Lily Gladstone, the actor spoke of the work that still needs to be done around white America’s portrayal of native peoples on screen.“Hollywood has a long history and chequered past in its depiction of Native American people,” he said.“We need to do more. You know, we are coming towards a great reckoning of our past.

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Mother of Emmy-winning soap star Billy Miller reveals son’s cause of death: ‘He fought a long hard valiant battle’
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Nebraska Governor Signs Bill Erasing Trans People from Law
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‘Justified: City Primeval’s Raylan Givens Wins Last Showdown Before Retirement; Wait, Who Just Escaped From Prison?
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