Trigger Warning: This article is a part of Rwebel Media’s “Noise” series for survivors of trauma. The following story discusses the impact of sexual violence on survivors. Reader discretion is advised.
At the South Shore Cultural Center in Chicago, IL, Candace Clark and partner Nahim sit with Javanna Plummer.
In the 40-minute interview, Javanna, Nahim, and Candace discuss R. Kelly, 'me too.,' and the impact of sexual violence on Black survivors, especially Black women. To hear Javanna's analysis of the interview, listen to Episode 5 of Rwebel Radio. Below is an excerpted transcript.
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Trigger Warning: This article is a part of Rwebel Media’s “Noise” series for survivors of trauma. The following story includes videos and descriptions of sexual harassment and domestic violence. Reader discretion is advised.
Hip Hop has a problem it needs to address.
Hip Hop pioneer Dee Barnes paved the way for female Hip Hop journalists, yet she recently started a GoFundMe campaign because she is facing eviction.
And that is unsettling.
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