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Husband Natalie Portman refused to run the Paris Opera ballet because of racism

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The husband of a pregnant Natalie Portman (Natalie Portman) Benjamin Millepied (Benjamin Millepied) in the beginning of this year decided to leave the post of Director of the Paris Opera ballet. The reason for leaving with such a high post, Benjamin did not comment, citing personal reasons.

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However, recently it became known the real reason for leaving. As it turned out, the Paris Opera, there was an incident, after which Millepied was unable to remain as Director.

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The fact that in the ballet world was clearly seen racism.

“One day I heard someone talking about that black girl dancing ballet, distracts the attention of viewers. If among the 25 dancers will be at least one dark-skinned, everyone will look at her, so she doesn’t belong there, everything should be the same — that then was made… And at the same moment I realized that I should destroy this racist idea,” said Benjamin.

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Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied
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Unfortunately, as Millepied tried, he was unable to cope with racism and decided to leave.

“Previously, the Paris Opera ballet is famous for innovation, but today it is sorely lacking. It is very difficult to change,” admitted Benjamin.

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