Clooney said filmmakers need to provide better opportunities for black actors.
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George Clooney Tuesday became the latest entertainer to add his voice to a divisive U.S. debate over the rights of Americans to stage silent protests during the playing of the national anthem.Clooney has said that he is praying for unity.The "Ocean's Eleven" star did not mention U.S. President Donald Trump by name but his poem follows five days of attacks by Trump on National Football League players who kneel during the playing of the national anthem to protest racial disparities in the justice system.
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