SOURCE: Vanity Fair
Lizzo Talks About the Flute
The pop superstar touches on numerous subjects, including making history belong to everyone and the historical relationship of racist and sexist stereotyping of Black women's performances looking back to Josephine Baker.
SOURCE: The Bulwark
What Lizzo Can Teach the Right about History
Commentator Mona Charen writes that Lizzo's embrace of an artifact of the founding generation should be welcomed by conservatives, who claim to stand for a history shared by all Americans without regard for identity.
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