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Oscars: 'Not enough black actors'

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The biggest film award ceremony in the world is being criticised for not recognising non-white actors.

Last year, the Oscars were called out for having no black nominees.

Actress Jada Pinkett Smith and director Spike Lee say they won't attend this year's awards - because of the lack of diversity.

The president of the Academy, who runs the Oscars, issued a statement saying she was "heartbroken" about the comments and said that they are already working on including a wider range of people in the organisation.