More from Keli Goff
Guest Column: Having More Women in Power Could Have Raised Urgency of Protecting Roe
Ketanji Brown Jackson’s June 30 swearing-in as the first Black woman on the Supreme Court was historic and inspiring. While her ascendance just six days after the court’s overturn of Roe v. Wade struck many as ironic and dispiriting, it should also serve as a powerful reminder that in Washington, D.C., as well as in […]
Female Writers of Color on Creating Entertainment in a Year of “Heartbreak and Horror”
The Emmy-nominated producer (currently working on 'Sex and the City' reboot 'And Just Like That') talks to female writers of color about the challenges they faced amid the pandemic and in the wake of George Floyd's killing.
Will Biden and Harris Finally Call Out Hollywood’s Diversity Hypocrisy? (Guest Column)
The leadership mix at the media companies run by the Democrat’s biggest donors is little better than that of the Trump administration, but Biden and Harris are also uniquely positioned to put their big-dollar donors on notice.
Reconstruction Comes to Hollywood (Guest Column)
It’s great to tweet about Black Lives Matter and give Emmys. It’s more important to award BIPOC executives with greenlighting power and to support men and women of color in this industry who call out harmful institutions or individuals.
What Black Hollywood Can Learn From Reagan and Trump (Guest Column)
TV writer Keli Goff explains how Black entertainers can take a page out of the right's playbook to leverage their celebrity to run for office.
In the Battle Between Writers and Agents, TV Packaging Hurts Women and People of Color (Guest Column)
Packaging has thrived and provided a wealth of opportunity, but just for a limited group of people, argues Keli Goff, television writer and producer of the Netflix documentary 'Reversing Roe.'
TV Writer Keli Goff: The Complexity of #MeToo for Black Women (Guest Column)
TV Writer Keli Goff pens a guest column for The Hollywood Reporter on the complexity of #MeToo for Black women.
Why Black Women Should Not Forgive Kevin Hart Even If Ellen Does (Guest Column)
The comedian claims he has evolved, but his long history of demeaning African American women and his cavalier "apology" prove just the opposite, writes Keli Goff, TV scribe ('Black Lightning') and producer of Netflix’s 'Reversing Roe.'