Carol Moseley-Braun – African American Studies Essay (300 Level Course)

Carol Moseley-Braun – African American Studies Essay (300 Level Course)

Carol Moseley-Braun, the daughter of a Chicago law-enforcement officer, made history in November, 1992 when she became the first black woman ever to be elected to the United States Senate. It was the latest in a string of firsts – first woman and first African American ever to hold executive office in Cook County government and 10 years voted best legislator in the Illinois House.

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