Peggy Brooks-Bertram

Co-founder, University of Buffalo's Uncrowned Queens Institute

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Co-founder of the Uncrowned Queens Institute at the University at Buffalo, and co-author of the new book Go, Tell Michelle: African American Women Write to the New First Lady

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