Poll: #OscarsSoRight?

After controversy over the lack of non-white acting nominees at the Oscars in 2015 and 2016, a record has been broken this year with seven nominations for actors of color. There have also been many more nominations for people of color than there has been in the past, including the cinematography, editing, directing and documentary categories. To what do you attribute this change? Is it only a reaction to the uproar and protesting? Would this same work be nominated in any other year as it is the best work and should be chosen? Do you think the boycotts simply made the members of the Academy look closer at films they may have not given much thought to in the past? And what about the movement by the Academy to add more young members and members of color? How do all these things fit together to give us 2017's nominations? Discuss the list here