Reframing Britney Spears

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Since 2008, Britney Spears has been living under a conservatorship, a legal arrangement where her father, Jamie, is a guardian over her life and her estate. But is she a prisoner? Joining Colin Ellis are executive producer of The New York Times Presents Mary Robertson, and New York Times senior editor Liz Day to talk about reframing the narrative around the Princess of Pop, the FreeBritney movement, and the shifting perception of successful women.
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Feb 26, 2021
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