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First Black Woman Senator: Starts Organic Food Business

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Former United States senator and 2004 presidential candidate Carol Moseley Braun founded and now heads Ambassador Organics, a brand of organic teas, coffees, and spices, according to ABC News. Moseley Braun hopes to provide healthier food while also creating jobs for the people of Chicago. The Illinois politician was the first Black woman elected to the United States Senate in 1992 and briefly ran as a candidate for the Democatic nominee for president in 2004. She also served as ambassador to New Zealand.

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