Letters to the Editor

May 1, 2007 6:23 AM

Chance to clean up our act

America has progressed from musical lyrics such as "Annie had a baby, she can't work no more," when Little Richard was the king of rock, to hip-hop, where young men, primarily black, abuse nameless women in songs receive millions. Little Richard's song was taken off the air almost as soon as it hit the airwaves. Today, profanity and vulgar slurs have found an in-line into mainstream America. and it took a Don Imus to awaken us.

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