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"Friends" sitcom creators ridiculed that they pledged $ 4 million in compensation for the lack of diversity in the show.

Cast of Friends during season one of the landmark sitcom. (Photo by Reisig & Taylor/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

Season 1 groundbreaking sitcom friend cast. (Photo courtesy of Reisig & amp; Taylor / NBCU Photo Bank / NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

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Malta Kaufmann revealed in Wednesday'sL.A. Times profilethat he has pledged $ 4 million to make up for the lack of diversity in the main cast of the famous series. Later, it became the subject of social media ridicule. 

The Los Angeles Times article on Kaufman states: Even though the series was set up in New York City.

As the outlet pointed out, Kaufman initially rejected these criticisms, calling them "difficult and frustrating." She also said she felt the show was "unjustly chosen."

"But now Kaufman says he understands it," said L.A. Times, "she has undergone a dramatic change of mind and criticisms of her" her friends ". I feel fair, "he added.

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Friends creator Marta Kauffman pledged $4 million in reparations for her sitcom not being diverse enough.

Sitcom is fully diversified for the creator of friends, Malta Kaufmann. We promised $ 4 million as compensation for not having it.

Apparently, Kaufman's show was less inclusive, "due to her internalization of systematic racism that plagues our society." .. She is affected by "systematic racism" and is not clearly visible until "the aftermath of George Floyd's2020 killings by Minneapolis police and the global protests that broke out around it." Explained the outlet. ..

As you can see, this work states as follows. "The calculation prompted her decision to pledge $ 4 million to her home school, Brandeis University in the Boston area, and to establish a professorship in the school's African and African-American studies. "

In a Zoom interview with L.A. Times, Kaufman said," I've learned a lot in the last 20 years. It's not easy to admit or accept guilt. Looking at myself in the mirror is It's painful. It's embarrassing. I didn't really understand 25 years ago. "

Kaufman's apology and pledge of compensation for not complying with the diversity standardwas ridiculed and ridiculed on Twitter. I was hit by.

Podcast and radio host Jerry Callahan ignited Kaufman and tweeted, "The winner is the most guilty white man in the world."

Friends creator criticized for lack of diversity among cast. Vows $4 million to atone. (Photo by NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty Images)

Friend creator criticizes lack of diversity between casts Did. She vows $ 4 million to make up. (Photo courtesy of NBCU Photo Bank / NBCUniversal, Getty Images, Getty Images)

Podcaster and Town Hall columnist Derek Hunter ironically tweeted.

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Blaze Steve Dies Sitcom, who was ridiculed by tweets when he saw Kaufman, is centered around African-American families. "As a white kid watching the Good Times rerun, I remember thinking the show made me feel like I was short of representatives and agents," he writes.

The Washington Free Beacon reporter Chuck Ross said, "How much do you plan to pay for Chandler's transgender mom?"

"Thank you." Spectator contributor editor Stephen L. Miller ironically tweeted.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 18: Marta Kauffman attends the 31st Annual Producers Guild Awards at Hollywood Palladium on January 18, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

Los Angeles, CA-January 18: Malta Kaufmann Attend 31st Annual Meeting Producer Guild Award at the Hollywood Palladium on January 18, 2020 in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo courtesy of Frazer Harrison / Getty Images)

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