The first Black woman to serve in the U.S. Senate talks about her time in the public eye. She didn’t let society’s low expectations keep her down. She also paid a price she didn’t expect. For anyone who wants to break a glass ceiling, it’s an inspiring — and challenging — listen.
Note: Carol Moseley Braun went on to become U.S. Ambassador to New Zealand. Her title today is “Amb. Moseley Braun.”
Find out more:
“The Honorable Carol Moseley Braun,” The HistoryMakers. March 19, 2002.
- Behind the Smile: A Story of Carol Moseley Braun’s Historic Senate Campaign by Jeannie Morris