We’ve mentioned before that we were listening to Chasing Cosby. It is a difficult podcast to listen to. You come face to face with survivors who bravely share their experiences with sexual assault, fear, and betrayal. Not only did they experience a violation of their bodies and their choices, but their trust was violated.

Cosby had built an image of himself as a paragon of virtue, a family man, someone they could trust to help them. And he used that image, that mirage to hurt them.

It took decades for him to be found guilty of his crimes.

In the last episode of the podcast, several of the survivors meet for a live-recorded episode. They (and the podcast host) answer a series of audience questions.

One of the most poignant is the question, what does justice look like for you?


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