Reexamining Whitney Houston's legacy with author Gerrick Kennedy
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It’s been a decade since we lost one of the most beloved artists of our time: Whitney Houston.
Throughout her remarkable career, Houston was constantly bombarded by harsh judgment, gossip and the pressure to be what she wasn’t. Since her death, a lot has changed about the way we consume celebrity culture.
We revisit our conversation with Gerrick Kennedy, author of “Didn’t We Almost Have It All: In Defense of Whitney Houston.”
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