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Why Andrea Jenkins Is Somber, but Optimistic

NYTimes.com Tuesday, 16 June 2020
The Minneapolis councilwoman, the first black, openly transgender woman to be elected to public office in the U.S., talks about racial equity, how poetry informs her work and where we go from here.

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