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Amy AlexanderSo how do black female hip-hop consumers reconcile their love of the genre? And what can be done to bring these girls to a healthier place, in terms of their own self-image and to erase their vulnerability to hip-hop's less savory side? Sharpley-Whiting doesn't have the answers, and maybe no one does, but at least she's put the discussion on the turntable.
— The Washington Post