Chicago’s First Black Female Mayor Lights Up the City with Hope


Women’s History Month may be over but that doesn’t stop Black Girl Magic.

56-year-old Lori Lightfoot, a former federal prosecutor who never held elected office, made history last week in the windy city. According to The New York Times, Ms. Lightfoot, who was partner at a prominent law firm, Mayer Brown, portrayed her newcomer status as a sign of strength, pledging to dismantle City Hall’s old political ways and to “bring in the light.”

Shine on sis. We see you.

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