This week, feminist groans reached all new decibels as Oscar noms came out, revealing that the Academy will not be acknowledging any actors of color or films about people of color for the second year in a row. Yeah, we know. This one is a real doozy. Rightfully angry and yet respectful responses from many prominent entertainers abound, including a video from Jada Pinkett Smith in which she announced that she will not be attending the ceremony, and asked communities of color to “stand in power” with her. Director Spike Lee and actress Lupita Nyong’o also shared frustrations (an understatement) on social media, with separate posts calling out the Academy for its apparent disinterest in diversified stories and peoples. We certainly don’t need to remind you that talent comes in all shapes, sizes, and colors, but unfortunately those talents often get lost or ignored by an Academy that is overwhelmingly white and male. An iota of hope was restored, however, when Academy Awards CEO Dawn Hudson shared her “devastation” about the racial discrimination, commending the work from people of color in 2015, and criticizing the tone-deaf Academy voters. Looks like we’re in a for a thoroughly awkward night of apologetic, (hopefully) well-meaning white faces on the evening of February 28th! Who’s bringing the popcorn?