#InContext: Carol Moseley Braun

#InContext: Carol Moseley Braun

By: REBECCA JUN As the first African American female U.S. senator elected in 1993, Carol Moseley Braun worked to define herself as “a symbol of hope and change” rather than falling into imposed stereotypes placed on black women in America. In 1947, Moseley Braun was...
#InContext: King George VI

#InContext: King George VI

By: REBECCA JUN “It’ll all be over by Christmas.” In 1939, the British Empire held onto this mantra until Christmas day actually came. In September, the Empire entered World War II, and the British were hopeful the war would be short-lived, in the same way those in...