A single action should not define Kobe Bryant. Nor should it be forgotten.

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from The Washington Post,

Lives are not clean. Legacies are messy. Memories are personal. It’s worth talking through.

More than 15 years ago, maybe those questions — about power dynamics, about why victims don’t always speak up — weren’t being asked as readily. Now, given #metoo, they’re front and center. Kobe Bryant’s death doesn’t have to be completely consumed by trying to find consensus on the answers. But it should further highlight that these are questions with which all of us should be wrestling, not just those who have no choice but to do so.

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