Congress: Nov. 30 Was a Bad Day for Black Women and Progressives

December 1, 2016 Lauren Victoria Burke

November 30th was not a good day for African American women in power and progressives as it pertains to Congress. Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) lost her bid to become Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus by only two votes to Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA). Lee is known by colleagues as a very engaged hard working member of

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