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How R. Kelly’s Chicago trial fits into the fight to end gender-based violence

Faith Rodgers, right, who testified recently at R. Kelly’s criminal trial in New York, addresses reporters alongside her attorney Gloria Allred, Friday, Oct. 8, 2021, at Allred’s offices in Los Angeles. Rodgers addressed comments made by Bill Cosby’s spokesperson, Andrew Wyatt, that Kelly was “railroaded” and did not receive a fair trial. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

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How R. Kelly’s Chicago trial fits into the fight to end gender-based violence

R. Kelly returns to a Chicago courtroom to stand trial for federal child pornography charges after being sentenced to 30 years in prison for sex-trafficking earlier this year.

Reset digs into the trial and how it fits into the larger conversation around gender-based violence and how to stop it.

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