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Camille Cosby Has Always Mistrusted White Media

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After several women came forward to accuse iconic comedian Bill Cosby of ???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????sεxually abυsing them, his wife Camille came to his defense.

It is no surprise that a wife who is about celebrate her 51st wedding anniversary with her husband would support him in good times and bad, but, as the New York Times points out, Mrs. Cosby has always been a strong woman with a healthy dose of mistrust for how the white media portrays black people.

“There appears to be no vetting of my husband’s accusers,” Mrs. Cosby, 70, said in her statement, “before stories are published or aired.”

Mrs. Cosby has always called into question how the media paints and caricatures blacks.

“In her doctoral dissertation at the University of Massachusetts, in a book she later published, in a series of newspaper opinion articles and in a range of other activities that stretch back two decades, Mrs. Cosby has argued that the media, particularly television, has so distorted the image of African-Americans that it can taint the way young black people come to view themselves,” the Times reports.

“I don’t want others outside our community to define us, because they are doing a horrible job of it,” Mrs. Cosby said in a 1994 interview. “And they are lying.”

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A friend of Mrs. Cosby’s, Jannette L. Dates, says Mrs. Cosby has always been “adamant” about how African-Americans are depicted in media.

“She wanted to shake things up,” Ms. Dates said. “We were saying those images are demeaning caricatures. That’s a thread that is still being woven today.”

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Mrs. Cosby once founded an organization that promotes positive images of African-Americans.

She also complained to the New York Times for omitting that her son’s killer had used a racial slur.

As it stands, Mrs. Cosby isn’t only calling attention to white media to protect her husband, but because it’s what she believes.

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