Stop Attempting To Silence Women Of Color

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By Maia Niguel Hoskin

Last week, Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) took to Instagram Live to share an uncomfortable experience she had with a Capitol Police officer during the insurrection early last month. Her account of the encounter received widespread attention, and thousands rallied behind her in support. But no more than 48 hours later, naysayers challenged AOC — calling her recollection of events an “overreaction,” and #AlexandriaOcasioSmollett quickly began trending on Twitter. An article was released by a conservative online blogsite attempting to discredit AOC, to which the congresswoman defended herself and her initial statement. While some were appalled by the attempts made

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