Cancelled culture: Reconsidering the art of controversial artists
|Mahni||Cancelled culture: Reconsidering the art of controversial artists|
|Kanal||CBS Sunday Morning|
Musiqi Haqqinda Melumat
As more and more artists, comedians, writers, musicians and filmmakers are revealed to have said or done terrible or morally questionable things, we may be forced to reconsider their creative work in light of their behavior. But does their art deserve to be cancelled? Correspondent Erin Moriarty talks with academics and critics to debate the punishment that comes from calling out artists.
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