Black Woman Elected President

Of Harvard Law Review, At Least

It's finally happened--Harvard Law Review finally has a black woman president. It only took 130 years to do it (not to mention 27 years since the first black man president of the Review, Barack Obama, sat at the editorial desk). The 24-year-old student, ImeIme Umana, is the daughter of Nigerian immigrants.

Although Umana says that she feels like it's magic getting her into the Review, her peers state otherwise. Umana is a generous leader with a sharp wit and unrivaled dedication to her work, making her the superior candidate for the job. 

What do you think of this news? Will a woman black president not be far behind? We hope not! Tell us your thoughts in the chat.


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