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Famous Speech Series Featuring Shirley Chisholm

In 1968, Shirley Chisholm was the first Black woman elected to the United States Congress, in 1968. In historical terms that was just a minute ago, I can’t start thinking about that or I’ll go down a rabbit hole about why it took so long to elect a Black Congresswoman, it took until 1992 to get a Black Senator, Carol Moseley Braun, who served…

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Stories in this publication will focus on Black History and a little White History that has been distorted. We’ll focus on people and policies and the impact they continue to have on America today.

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