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Carol Moseley Braun was the first Black woman to serve in the US Senate. She also served as the ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa under President Clinton.
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Interview: Carol Moseley Braun

Today on The 21st, we dedicated the entire hour to Dr. King’s legacy, beginning someone who says King paved the way for her own groundbreaking role as the first Black woman elected to the United States Senate. Former Illinois US Senator Carol Moseley Braun joined us to talk about how King inspired her, voting rights, and more. 

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