Black Women Lead
Concerned voters should ask Beasley about the facts related to her record, not narratives that seek to distort her tenure.
No matter how much Democrats claim to be a "big tent," Lee points to a problem with Black women being treated as disposable once they emerge as formidable opponents.
Tuesday's results, particularly in Virginia and New Jersey, are telling, but they are not the whole picture. The real question is whether candidates and their teams will learn the right lessons or continue to do the same thing that lost major ground in 2010 after President Barack Obama was elected.
All five major candidates are people of color, two are Black women, setting the stage for voters to elect the first non-white man to lead the city.
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