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“There’s just so many role models for our young girls, for our young kids in general, just to see that people can make it to the White House,” said Rosa Thompson, who founded the Madison Metropolitan School District’s Black Girl Magic program. “Black people can make it to the White House, it’s not a one-and-done thing. A Black woman can make it to the White House.”

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