Two black women running for mayor? For some black men, that's a nightmare
Wednesday morning, I awoke from a dream. Chicago's next mayor will be an African-American woman.
But it's real. On Tuesday, voters chose Lori Lightfoot, an attorney and former president of the Chicago Police Board, and Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle to face off in the April 2 runoff election.
For some black men, that's a nightmare.
Kimberley Egonmwan laid it out on Facebook.
"If tonight's broadcast is any indication, many Black men in Chicago won't be a...