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Grammys establishing a task force to investigate gender bias

Over 13,000 people have signed a petition asking Grammy president Neil Portow to step down following his "Step Up" comments. "I also now realize that it’s about more than just my words. Because those words, while not reflective of my beliefs, echo the real experience of too many women." Continue reading…
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