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The Strippers Fighting for Justice

In the wake of a nationwide movement for Black lives, strip clubs are the next industry in need of a reckoning

A graphic illustration showing two Black pole dancers with neon signs mounted on their poles, one says “UNION YES.”
Illustration: Ashley Floréal

BammRose was sitting in her backyard on a June afternoon, when it had only been a week and a half since George Floyd was murdered by Minneapolis police, sparking protests across the country in defense of Black lives.

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