dream hampton

Filmmaker and writer

Filmmaker and writer

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Last year, dream hampton came on on    The Business    to talk about her Lifetime documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly.”

dream hampton on problematic policing on TV

Last year, dream hampton came on on The Business to talk about her Lifetime documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly.”

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Chicago Sun-Times journalists Jim DeRogatis and Abdon Pallasch first wrote about R. Kelly’s alleged sexual pursuit of underage girls in December 2000.

Activist filmmaker dream hampton on ‘Surviving R. Kelly’

Chicago Sun-Times journalists Jim DeRogatis and Abdon Pallasch first wrote about R. Kelly’s alleged sexual pursuit of underage girls in December 2000.

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