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Mausi-Johnson is president of The Right Productions, a Detroit-based event management company. She created an event to raise the funds needed to process the kits, partnering with the African American 490 Challenge
, theMichigan Women’s Foundation
and the Detroit Crime Commission.
But she needed one more element to really make her event sing.
With 81% of those rape kits belonging to black women, Mausi-Johnson looked for an artist whose work inspires empowerment in the African-American community. She reached out to Erykah Badu.
Erykah Badu Lends Her Voice To Detroit Rape Victims
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