What's An Inclusion Rider? Here's The Story Behind Frances McDormand's Closing Words

Frances McDormand speaks to the crowd after accepting her Oscar for her lead role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. During her acceptance speech, she promoted the notion of an "inclusion rider" — setting off frenzied Google searches across the country.

“I have two words to leave with you tonight,” the actress told the audience after winning her Oscar: “inclusion rider.” But she didn’t define those words on stage — so, here’s a helpful primer.

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Source: NPR