Missouri Democratic State Senator Steven Roberts, who has been accused of rape more than once, may be preparing to launch a primary campaign against progressive incumbent Congresswoman Cori Bush, who has been outspoken about her own experience as a victim of sexual assault.
Channeling her inner Kanye West circa 2005, freshman progressive Missouri Rep. Cori Bush effectively said in a public letter that Joe Manchin doesn't care about Black people if he doesn't support Biden's Build Back Better legislation.
Bush used the phrase "Black birthing people," during her Capitol Hill testimony this week as part of an important emerging norm.
Cori Bush moved her office farther away from QAnon conspiracy theorist Marjorie Taylor Greene in a growing movement to have the Georgia Rep. expelled from Congress for "advocacy for extremism and sedition."
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With the passing of some of our political pioneers, their legacy and blueprints are left behind and being carried by the likes of Representatives Jahana Hayes, Ilhan Omar and Ayanna Pressley, to name a few. Here are 8 additional Black politicians you should know effecting change in America.
As a member of the House Judiciary Committee Bush will be among a group of legislators committed to oversee and reform policies at the Department of Justice and Homeland Security, as well as criminal and judicial proceedings, espionage and terrorism.
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