On sexism, racism and rape; focus on the cases of Inez Garcia and Joan Little. Host Del Dobbins interviews two black women participants from the Washington Conference on Sexual Assault, held in D.C. in 1977. They are Nkenge Toure, Director, and Michelle Plate, Counselor at the D.C. Rape Crisis Center. They discuss the unique issues that arise when Black women are raped by Black men. Includes music by Sweet Honey in the Rock and Bebe K'Roche. Produced by Sophie's Parlor Media Collective.
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