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Netflix Employees Walkout in Protest of Dave Chappelle Special


10/21/2021 7:41:00 PM


The controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle 's recent special, 'The Closer,' continues to be a major headache for Netflix as the trans employee resource group stages a massive walkout in protest of co-CEO Ted Sarandos' defense of the comedian's anti-trans remarks.

The Closer,which to put that into perspective the company paid only $3.9 million for Bo Burnham'sInside."We understand this employee may have been motivated by disappointment and hurt with Netflix," the company said in a statement,"but maintaining a culture of trust and transparency is core to our company."

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Speaking tothe Verge, the former employee, who asked to remain anonymous for fear of becoming a target of online harassment, said,"all these white people are going around talking to the press and speaking publicly on Twitter and the only person who gets fired is the Black person who was quiet the entire time. That's absurd, and just further shows that Black trans people are the ones being targeted in this conversation."

Related |Netflix Suspends Trans Employee Who Criticized Dave Chappelle SpecialThedismissal comes following the suspension of a trans software engineer, Terra Field, when she and two other employeescrashed an executive meeting in protest of the special. Field has since been reinstated but the internal turmoil did prompt an email from Sarandos clarifying which meetings employees were allowed to attend. In an internal memo, Sarandos defended Netflix's decision to not take down the special,"We don't allow titles on Netflix that are designed to incite hate or violence, and we don't believe

The Closercrosses that line. I recognize, however, that distinguishing between commentary and harm is hard, especially with stand-up comedy which exists to push boundaries."Sarandos did add,"it never feels good when people are hurting, especially our colleagues," but cited the platform's more progressive titles like

Sex EducationorDisclosureas examples of"more people see their lives reflected on screen and that under-represented communities are not defined by the single story."Chappelle's special,The Closer, Read more: PAPER Magazine »

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Netflix Co-CEO Says He ‘Screwed Up’ When Defending Dave Chappelle Special Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos said he “screwed up” in his efforts to communicate with employees who were upset about Dave Chappelle ’s special “The Closer” fucksnowflakes Give in to their demands. Fire Dave. Lose millions of dollars worth of ad revenue, and then lay off employees. Certain Netflix employees are mad because Chapelle exposed their deadly bullying tactics.

Netflix co-CEO on Dave Chappelle fallout: I screwed up Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos has some regrets about how he handled Dave Chappelle 's stand-up special, even though he still stands by Netflix 's decision to stream the controversial act. He'll fold, they always do eventually. He'll fold to the terroristic minority. Woke is organized bullying. I thought we were against bullying? How many trans people are upset about black people being killed? Are any trans people advocating for black lives?

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