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Lauren Underwood is the Sworn in as Youngest Black Woman in Congress

Lauren Underwood Sworn in as Youngest Black Woman in Congress

Lauren Underwood made history on Thursday when she became the youngest Black woman to serve in the House of Representatives.

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Women Candidates Make History in Midterm Elections

Women made history in the 2018 midterm elections, securing more than 100 seats in the…

Affordable Care Act

Black Lawmakers Not Here for GOP’s Nonsense ACA Repeal Attempt

The Republicans are going after the Affordable Care Act again, even after poll after poll…

Healthcare

House Pulls GOP Healthcare Bill Because of Lack of Party Support

Due to a lack of votes in support, House Republicans have pulled the healthcare bill.…

Biggie Smalls

Where Brooklyn At? Biggie Smalls Even Reaches Congress

Remember Rappin’ Duke? Dah-ha, Dah-ha? You never thought hip-hop would take it this far… But…

Influencers: Rep. Barbara Lee and Her Aim to Make History

Years before Barbara Lee became a California congresswoman, she was a single mother of two…