Rather than cancel her concert, Cyndi Lauper repurposed it as an anti-HB2 show with profits earmarked for efforts to overturn the law.
Rather than cancel her concert, Cyndi Lauper repurposed it as an anti-HB2 show with profits earmarked for efforts to overturn the law. Evan Agostini Evan Agostini/Invision/AP
Rather than cancel her concert, Cyndi Lauper repurposed it as an anti-HB2 show with profits earmarked for efforts to overturn the law. Evan Agostini Evan Agostini/Invision/AP
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Musicians ask: To boycott, or not to boycott North Carolina over HB2?

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