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Does the ERA Still Matter? Yes It Does. Women's History Month Day 11


My Mom Brenda Listening to Records, 1954

UPDATE. This week the University of Texas took major heat over whether their "fight song" "The Eyes of Texas Are Upon You' is Racist. I nearly fell out of my chair at ANY COMPLAINTS of MUSIC!. I think it might be time for a Listening Party & then get back to me on HIP HOP.


Encore Presentation. Free Speech under the 1st Amendment guarantees that the Government cannot stifle Citizen's ability to express themselves, however places no restrictions on individuals, individual artists, musicians or the Entertainment Industry as a whole.

There are Libel Laws against Defamation of Character for when Free Speech goes too far.

Hate Speech against Women in the form of Rap Music on Black Radio Stations is shaping the Attitudes & Opinions of the Voting Population among Black Voters virtually ensuring they will REFUSE TO VOTE FOR A WOMAN - essentially SLANDERING an ENTIRE CLASS OF PEOPLE.

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Our Music is important to us.

It evokes deep Emotions.

"What do we Love?" "What do we Like?" "What do we Hate?"