Black Women Take Their Rightful Place in the Halls of Congress

Zahir Janmohamed
May 20, 2019 - 5:00
Black Women Take Their Rightful Place in the Halls of Congress

From the moment they entered the political sphere in the US, politicians of color and female politicians — many of whom were barred from formal entrance in the political sphere — have been marginalized by white men because of their race, their gender, or their religious beliefs.   This past week was no exception. On May 13, President Donald Trump lambasted Rashida Tlaib, a Palestinian American Congresswoman from Detroit, for her...

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