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Women Make Up Less Than 8% Of Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductees

The 2020 inductees to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be announced Jan. 15. Systemic issues — in the industry and the nominating process — have maintained a severe imbalance.

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Women Make Up Less Than 8% Of Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductees

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