R. Kelly Conviction Gives Black Women Hope Their Voices In Me Too Movement Are Being Heard

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In the early days of the Me Too movement, many Black women say they felt like their stories were going untold, but with the conviction of R. Kelly, one of the biggest R&B artists of our time, there's now a sense their voices are being heard; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.

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