‘Black Lives Matter’ Leader Wins Election to House, Adding to ‘The Squad’

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A Black Lives Matter activist has become Missouri’s first black congresswoman after an election night victory, and could become the fifth member of the so-called “squad.” Cori Bush, a nurse and pastor, had garnered 78.9 percent of the vote in Missouri’s 1st Congressional District, with 88 percent of results in as of Wednesday morning, The…

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