The backlash against the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is showing no sign of ebbing. Mark Ruffalo, who won a Golden Globe Award this year, called out the international journalists group today.

Hours after Deadline broke the news about Netflix’s Ted Sarandos vowing to stop activities with HFPA until more extensive changes occur, Ruffalo and GLAAD issued their own statements.

Ruffalo, a three-time Oscar nominee, said that he “cannot feel proud or happy about being a recipient of this [Golden Globe] award,” which he won for his dual role in HBO’s I Know This Much Is True.

“It’s discouraging to see the HFPA, which has gained prominence and profited handsomely from their involvement with filmmakers and actors, resist the change that is being asked of them from many of the groups that have been most disenfranchised by their culture of secrecy and exclusion,” Ruffalo said in a statement to Deadline. “Now is the time to step up and right the wrongs of the past. Honestly, as a recent winner of a Golden Globe,  I cannot feel proud or happy about being a recipient of this award.

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