Tuesday, July 15, 2008

R Kelly Boycott

Spellman history professor, William Jelani Cobb has thrown down the gauntlet, challenging Black men to become protectors of their prospective communities (read story here). He is circulating a petition entitled “Statement of Black Men Against The Exploitation of Black Women. Do you agree it is about time that Black men speak out against exploitation of women and children or should we just leave R. Kelly alone? I for one think that it's about time that someone stood up! Please take the poll on the left.

1 comment:

Lori said...

I've boycotted R. Kelly's music for years. If he comes on the radio, I change the channel. But I don't doubt that he will keep on selling music, making money and pissing on children.