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Blues Singer Anita “Lady A” White Countersues the Former Lady Antebellum
Citing “lost sales, diminished brand identity, and diminution in the value of and goodwill associated with the mark.”
Margo Price, After the Storm
A natural disaster delayed Price’s momentous new album,
That’s How Rumors Get Started.
Then disaster struck again: COVID-19.
Anita ‘Lady A’ White Will Not Be Erased
“If you want to be an advocate or an ally, you help those who you’re oppressing. And that might require you to give up something.”
Renamed Band Lady A Is Suing Anita ‘Lady A’ White Over Use of the Name Lady A
Anita White has responded to the lawsuit, tweeting “no weapon formed against me shall prosper.”
If Country Music Wants to Reckon With Its Racism, Look Deeper Than the Bad Names
Even if we are to give “Lady A” credit for their gesture, we must also acknowledge that it should be but the catalyst of far deeper work.