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This week, women of color have proven that they won’t be ignored when it comes to the #MeToo movement and Time’s Up collective. With the announcement of #MuteRKelly, folks are making sure Black women and girls aren’t forgotten when it comes to sexual abuse by entertainers.

Amber Rose has been one of the main stars calling out #MeToo, as a way to make sure it doesn’t become a rich, straight, white women-only conversation.

“What happened to the strippers, and the LGBTQ community? And the Black girls in college,”¬†Amber told Michael Eric Dyson on The Raw Word¬†back in March. “Like, you know, no one wanted to talk about these people.”

Amber continued her sentiments in a recent run-in with TMZ.


Amber isn’t the only one speaking up for ladies left at the margins. Swipe through to find out what other stars had critical words for #MeToo talk.

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