Berk was an HFPA member for 44 years and served eight terms as president
By Jessica Napoli
Philip Berk, a former president and longtime member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, the organization that governs and votes for the annual Golden Globes, has been ousted from the group’s board after sending an email that called Black Lives Matter a “hate movement.”
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association board said in an email Tuesday that the 88-year-old is no longer a member of the organization. The decision comes hours after NBC — which telecasts the Globes — condemned Berk’s actions and called for his “immediate expulsion.”
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