What the Mistreatment of Lauryn Hill’s Legacy Tells Us

The sun went down in Brooklyn as the mic feed cut off, leaving Lauryn Hill and her band on stage to struggle through her 1999 smash “Doo Wop (That Thing)” with no amplification. The thousands of festival goers atAFROPUNK — an annual music/culture festival that celebrates the cultural alternative within the African-American community — watched as the singer performed with no volume, effectively silenced.

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