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Creative Artists Agency apologizes for letting people down

Creative Artists Agency issued a public apology for failing to protect its clients from alleged sexual misconduct by powerful movie mogul Harvey Weinstein. The statement said:

“We apologize to any person the agency let down for not meeting the high expectations we place on ourselves, as individuals and as a company. We unequivocally support those who have spoken out publicly. Out of respect for our clients, we will maintain the confidence of anything said in private conversations. We are committed to continuing to champion female actors, writers, directors and producers for the best creative and commercial opportunities; achieving gender equality and pay equity; and adding more women into positions of leadership and operational supervision at CAA. We continue to take additional action. We established an initiative called Evolve, led by a group of 17 women, to evaluate and improve our existing policies and practices to ensure even greater vigilance, awareness, and information-sharing in preventing harassment."

"We are determined to succeed for our clients and employees in this regard. We will continue to use the influence and resources we have, inside and outside the company, working alongside equally motivated women and men, to help create permanent change."

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