In a statement signed by three dozen Zulu Nation leaders, the organization took responsibility for their role in victim-shaming.
If the allegations are true, the victims are likely in need of intensive therapy Terrie M. Williams, a mental health expert and author of Black Pain: It Just Looks Like We're Not Hurting tells NewsOne. And if the allegations are true, Bambaataa, a founder of the hip hop movement who mentored scores of young men, is likely in need of intensive therapy himself, Williams says.
Dr. Gardere explores challenges Black communities face when dealing with sex assault charges and discusses the road to healing.
Afrika Bambaataa is in hot water after being accused of sexually abusing hundreds of young boys throughout his early days in hip-hop.