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Two working musicians take on sexism and racism in their industry

The hosts of KUOW's Battle Tactics for Your Sexist Workplace talk to Eva Walker and Hollis Wong-Wear about the imbalance of power in the studio and beyond.

Panelists listen as Hollis Wong-Wear talks.

From left: Hollis Wong-Wear, Eva Walker, Jeannie Yandel and Eula Scott Bynoe. (Photos by Abel Fong)

The #MeToo movement has hit every corner of the U.S., and there have been public accusations of sexual harassment and assault in almost every high profile industry, from Hollywood to politics to the news media. The music industry is no different. Sexual abuse allegations against R&B singer R. Kelly and sexual harassment allegations against alt-rock star Ryan Adams have forced the music business to face a reckoning. For this episode of Crosscut Talks, we invited the hosts of the KUOW podcast Battle Tactics for Your Sexist Workplace to discuss the persistent imbalance of power in the music industry with two women who know it well: Flavr Blue lead vocalist and activist Hollis Wong-Wear and Black Tones lead guitarist and KEXP DJ Eva Walker.

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Two working musicians take on sexism and racism in their industry

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