Outside of City Hall on Monday morning, a sexual abuse advocacy group called Hip Hop Stands with Survivors demanded the resignation of Universal Hip-Hop Museum’s executive director and calling to end taxpayer funding for the museum, which is located in the Bronx. 

The group consists of victims’ advocates, professionals, activists, and sex abuse survivors who argue that public money shouldn’t go toward the cultural venue because the museum’s co-founder, Afrika Bambaataa, and the international hip-hop awareness organization Universal Zulu Nation have been named as defendants in a child sex trafficking lawsuit.

A list of the victims and their advocates want to see the statute of limitations on child sex abuse crimes in New York eliminated, which might prompt other people to also come forward.

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