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As Congress votes to block DC’s democratically approved new criminal code, the nation’s capital is the latest example of a black and brown-majority city in the United States being stripped of self-rule and democratic rights. Also, for a Women’s History Month special, we speak to Congresswoman Loria Raquel Dixon Brautigam, a woman of African descent and Sandinista leader, who is the first secretary of the national assembly of Nicaragua.
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Post photo from Rev. Wendy Hamilton – DC