Four people have accused Arcade Fire's frontman, Win Butler, of sexual misconduct. A team of badass women joins host Rachel Stevens to find hope for the future:
Four people have accused Arcade Fire’s frontman, Win Butler, of sexual misconduct. It’s another in a long list of musicians who have abused their fame to harm others. A team of badass women joins Rachel Stevens to find hope for the future: Alexandra Brodsky, a civil rights lawyer and the author of the book Sexual Justice; Jill Krajewski, a culture writer based in Toronto whose work has appeared in Vulture, SPIN, Pitchfork, and more; Evie Stokes, a KEXP DJ who has played Arcade Fire more than any other woman DJ on KEXP (besides Cheryl Waters); and Ashley McDonald, a KEXP DJ and lead teacher of the station's Youth DJ program.