“For every black attorney or black representative, whether manager, publicist or agent, who has been told that he or she is 2nd rate and cannot get the job done; we celebrate this lawsuit and the financial settlement Sony has agreed to pay as a result,” said Walker.”
Congratulations to both parties, we hope they will be able to move forward to make positive strides in music together and as equals.
Originally seen on TheUrbanDaily.com
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