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Black Women Must Harness Their Political Power

Fannie Lou Hamer was a poor black woman with a sixth-grade education who spent much of her life working in the cotton fields. Her legacy, however, demonstrates that each of us has an important voice and role to play in our democracy, and as we near the end of Women’s History Month, it is a mighty reminder  of the real power black women have in blazing the path toward true political equity and leadership.”

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