Black Women in Congress

Clayton, Dewey M.; Stallings, Angela M.
March 2000
Journal of Black Studies;Mar2000, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p574
Academic Journal
Examines the 1992 congressional election of Eva Clayton, an African American candidate seeking to represent the constituents of the First District of North Carolina. Information on her campaign strategies; Challenges faced during the election; Strategies used to overcome those challenges; Impact of her victory on Black women who want to seek political position.


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