"Let’s create a new normal," the director tweeted about her upcoming OWN series, which achieved full gender parity.
"I am trying to disrupt systems – systems that we in this country take as gospel," the "When They See Us" director said.
Former Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum praised Steven Reed's win on Twitter: "The South continues to transform itself."
Jharrel Jerome won a Lead Actor Emmy for his portrayal of Korey Wise in "When They See Us."
The 21-year-old actor from Ava DuVernay’s “When They See Us” was also the youngest ever to win in his category.
Jharrel Jerome just won a Primetime Emmy Award for his role in “When They See Us,” which elevated criminal justice reform into the national conversation.
Jerome won a Lead Actor Emmy for Ava DuVernay's "When They See Us," making this his first nomination and first win.
The director's guests were the men who were wrongly convicted of a 1989 rape when they were just teenagers.
The series features husbands Jason Bolden and Adair Curtis, whose A-list clients include Ava DuVernay, Gabrielle Union and more.
“Each day with her is a master class. She is 94 years glorious. A giant in our time," the director wrote about the legendary actress on Tuesday.
"His power is his survival," the director said about the criminal justice reform activist who was portrayed in her Netflix limited series "When They See Us."
Director Ava DuVernay tweeted the hashtag and shared stills from some of her projects that capture the "beauty of brown skinned girls."
"Thank you @Netflix for believing in this story and letting me tell it the exact way I wanted,” the director wrote on Twitter.
"If anyone spots her, just know you’re looking at the best mommie this girl could have," the director wrote on Twitter.
"Got folks mad cause you don’t wanna eat fast food at their house," the "When They See Us" director tweeted.
“I asked him this morning how he feels about it," the Central Park Five miniseries director wrote. "He said, ‘They give me love and I give them love. It’s good.’”
The "When They See Us" director responded to the president, who stands by his call for the five falsely accused teenagers' execution in 1989.
Ava DuVernay responded to the former prosecutor's op-ed, tweeting, "Expected and typical. Onward..."
The former prosecutor has faced renewed backlash after the release of Ava DuVernay's stunning Netflix limited series, "When They See Us."
A new miniseries will, by design, fill you with rage.