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Who was Shirley Chisholm?
Shirley Chisholm was the first African American Congresswoman; there had been black senators and representatives in congress, but until she was elected in 1968, they had all been men. She had a long career in the House of Representatives, and she also ran unsuccessfully for president in 1972.
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Shirley Chisholm was the first African-American woman to serve in congress. She represented New York in the House of Representatives. She was also the first black woman to run… for president, mounting an unsuccessful campaign in 1972. She had a long and distinguished career in congress, serving seven terms and becoming a passionate advocate for causes related to education and social justice.
she believed that she could change the twentieth century
No, she died in 2005, after serving a number of years in the Houseof Representatives. She was the first black woman ever elected tocongress.eyyytrrrrrrrrrrriiiiii5uuttjyhhdggg…ggggfhghjrtrrryyyywwry4444444444444355555555557ytngs
Shirley Chisholm became famous as she was the firstAfrican-American woman to be elected to Congress. She served on herCongressional seat from 1969 - 1983, for a total of seven… terms.She was also the first African-American to run for president, andthe first woman to run for president.
She and her first husband divorced in 1977; and she subsequently remarried about a year later, to a man named Arthur Hardwick. She never talked much about why her first marria…ge, which lasted 28 years, came to an end. She and Conrad Chisholm had known each other for many years, so perhaps they just grew apart.
Yup right on her chin.
she is 65 today
No she was the first black woman in Congress. She really was quite a lady.
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politician, educator and author
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Shirley Chisholm real name is Shirley Anita St.Hill Williams Dream
no shirley never had a husband
Shirley Chisholm graduated from Brooklyn College and Columbia University.