Kernel was founded on the belief that movies connect, inspire, and motivate us. We get thrilled whilst watching the newest superhero movie, cry at rom-coms, laugh at comedies, and shiver at horrors. In addition, Kernel also believes that movies can expand people’s point of view and level of acceptance.
At Kernel, we stand for justice and equality for everyone, including but not limited to LGBTQ+, African American, and Hispanic people. We strive to publish as many articles as we can to promote these statements. Kernel, however, also wants to be open to many different religions and points of view. We do not want to censor different points of view. We are not however open to hate and bigotry based on these religions and or points of view against anyone.
Unfortunately, it has come to our attention that one of our writers did not fit this statement, for which we had to let him go. Kernel strives to bring you the best film-related content, for which we are highly dependent on our writers. We are proud of the international community of writers that we have built over the course of last year.
In a time where it feels that inclusion in the world is finally starting to change in a positive way, we want to fight alongside everyone for inclusion, diversification, and justice.
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