Yesterday, nurse, single mother, and BLM activist Cori Bush won the democratic primary in Missouri—beating incumbent William Lacy Clay.
In a historic win, Bush knocked Clay out of his 1st Congressional District seat. Clay has held this seat since 2001 and his father held it before him.
If elected to Congress in November, Bush would become the first Black woman to represent Missouri in Congress, according to NPR.
“It is historic that this year, of all years, we're sending a Black, working-class single mother, who has been fighting...