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“Slavery happened, absolutely. And there are some vestiges of it. But how long are we going to go back there?”

Winsome Sears, who will become the first Black woman to hold statewide office when she is sworn in as Virginia’s lieutenant governor on Saturday. Sears, a Jamaican-born Republican, sees her success as proof that the nation is making progress when it comes to race. (NPR — Jan. 13, 2022)
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