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Maya Rupert Wants to Nurture the Potential of Aspiring Politicians of Color

2020 Presidential Candidate Julian Castro’s campaign manager speaks of the glass ceiling for people of color, her own backlash, and community-building

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MMaya Rupert is making history. As the third Black woman to manage a presidential…

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Taylor Crumpton

Taylor Crumpton

Taylor Crumpton is a music, pop culture and politics writer transplanted in Oakland, originally from Dallas. taylorcrumpton.com

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