Michael B. Jordan is walking the walk. The Black Panther star announced that his production company will now make use of the inclusion rider, a contract clause that promotes diversity and was brought to the world鈥檚 attention by Frances McDormand at the 2018 Oscars.

鈥淚n support of the women and men who are leading this fight, I will be adopting the Inclusion Rider for all projects produced by my company Outlier Society,鈥 he wrote on Instagram. 鈥淚鈥檝e been privileged to work with powerful women and persons of color throughout my career, and it鈥檚 Outlier鈥檚 mission to continue to create for talented individuals going forward.鈥

An inclusion rider is a contract clause that states that the film or TV show the actor is agreeing to work on must have a certain level of diversity in the cast and crew. McDormand ended her Best Actress Oscars acceptance speech with a mic drop of just the two words, sending many scrambling to find out exactly what this mysterious inclusion rider is.

In his Instagram announcement, Jordan cited the work of the University of Southern California鈥檚 Annenberg Inclusion Initiative 鈥 or the Inclusionists, as they call themselves 鈥 where professor Stacy Smith, along with lawyer Kalpana Kotagal, invented the rider.

Along with Jordan, actress Brie Larson also committed to the inclusion rider initiative following the Oscars, and it鈥檚 very likely that many more will follow suit.

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