Bill Cosby’s plans a series of town hall meetings to educate men on avoiding accusations of sexual assault. This idea harkens back to Cosby’s old self image, as a wizened senior with great advice. His shtick then was to hammer a condescending message about black pathology. White audiences loved it.
Bill Cosby’s plans a series of town hall meetings to educate men on avoiding accusations of sexual assault. This idea harkens back to Cosby’s old self image, as a wizened senior with great advice. His shtick then was to hammer a condescending message about black pathology. White audiences loved it. Matt Rourke AP
Bill Cosby’s plans a series of town hall meetings to educate men on avoiding accusations of sexual assault. This idea harkens back to Cosby’s old self image, as a wizened senior with great advice. His shtick then was to hammer a condescending message about black pathology. White audiences loved it. Matt Rourke AP

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