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Recording Academy will launch investigation into Grammy gender bias

The Recording Academy will launch an independent investigation of the organization’s policies and practices “to overcome the explicit barriers and unconscious biases that impede female advancement in the music community,” the academy said Thursday. The announcement is further response to Sunday’s...
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