By Waverly Colville, Lily Cusack, Char’Nese Turner, Falyn Page
Stacey Abrams an elected leader in Atlanta, Georgia has spent a lifetime blazing trails and preparing to become the CEO of a Southern state. This year may be the year that she realizes a childhood ambition and makes U.S. history as the first black woman to be elected governor in the South. In this interview, Abrams discusses her family and political journey and the issues she cares about most.
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