File: Sherman Alexie reads from his book, 'Thunder Boy Jr.,' at the RED INK Indigenous Initiative for All at Arizona State University, Tempe, April 22, 2016. 
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File: Sherman Alexie reads from his book, 'Thunder Boy Jr.,' at the RED INK Indigenous Initiative for All at Arizona State University, Tempe, April 22, 2016.
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Should we keep consuming the art of problematic men?

Do you scoff when people say they support their local bookstores, but get their books on Amazon? Is supporting Woody Allen or R. Kelly any different? Katie Anthony says it can’t be.

Author of the blog Katy Kati Kate and co-host of the podcast Mouthy/Messy/Mandatory, Anthony wrote a piece called "Sherman Alexie and the Million Dollar Question." Anthony sat down with Bill Radke to examine her own role as an arts consumer in holding abusive men accountable.