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Join us on a highly selective chronological journey through a year in pop culture:At the Grammys, stars don white roses and singer Kesha dedicates a tearful performance of "Praying" to the #MeToo movement.FEBRUARYWelcome to Wakanda: The latest Marvel hero to jump off the page into his own movie is the "Black Panther," and Ryan Coogler's is universally acclaimed. Ten months later, the film will be nominated for a Golden Globe, beginning its awards journey.APRILTimes are changing at the Pulitzers, too, where rapper Kendrick Lamar wins the music prize for "Damn". He's the first rapper to win the prestigious laurel and the first winner who's not a classical or jazz musician. Happy birthday, Harry Potter! Wow, you're 20 years old.OCTOBERUsuallyThe rapper, ostensibly there to discuss prison reform, delivers a 10-minute speech about the president, politics and himself.Already in the spotlight for "RBG," the documentary in which she's shown doing pushups among other things, she's also the subject of a popular "SNL" rap video, and by year's end a new feature film, "On the Basis of Sex".
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