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Webster University Public Lecture: Celebrity, Complicity and Community: Making Sense of ‘Surviving R Kelly’

Date:                     Thursday, March 28, 2019
Time:                     5:30 PM
To:                        8:30 PM
Venue:                   Webster University Ghana Campus
Address:                 off Lagos Avenue, behind Media Pharmacy, East Legon, Accra
Organiser:              Webster University Ghana Campus
Contact number:     +233(0) 540 120 869 / +233(0) 540 120 849
Email:                    ghana@webster.edu
Website:                 http://excellence.webster.edu.gh/event1.php

Public Lecture: Celebrity, Complicity and Community: Making Sense of ‘Surviving R Kelly

Speakers:

  • Kobina Ankomah-Graham, Writer, DJ and Lecturer, GCP/Media Communications, Webster Ghana
  • Erinn Ransom Ofori, Lecturer, Africana Studies, Webster Ghana
  • Eli Tetteh, Writer, Editor and Lecturer, GCP/Media Communications, Webster Ghana
  • Kinna Likimani, Director of Special Programs, Odekro
  • Nana Akosua Hanson, Writer, Actress, and Broadcaster

In a digital era in which the past no longer remains buried, some of the entertainment industry's most powerful men have been surprised to find themselves being held to account. Since its airing in January of this year, Surviving R. Kelly has seen the #MeToo movement catch up with a global superstar, bringing into the light long-rumored details of hidden abuse and trauma.

This public lecture will discuss and debate lingering questions about collective complicity in failing to hold celebrities to account; about whether it is possible (or right) to separate artists from their art; the value of black female bodies; the responsibility of communities to address sexual violence; and what relevance does this have for 21st century masculinity and gender relations in Africa and its diaspora. 

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