Women’s History Month may be coming to a close, but these important women’s accomplishments live on. Remember their names and honor them.

Women’s History Month may be coming to a close, but these important women’s accomplishments live on. Remember their names and honor them.

Women’s History Month may be coming to a close, but these important women’s accomplishments live on. Remember their names and honor them.

Sharron Cooks, the first black woman born with gender incongruence to represent Pennsylvania as a Democratic National Delegate at the DNC. | Image courtesy: sharroncooks.com

Sharron Cooks

Cooks was the first black, transgender woman to represent Pennsylvania as a Democratic National Delegate at the DNC in 2016. In addition, she was the first openly transgender black woman to graduate from Arcadia University. Cooks was also the first transgender person to claim a Chair on a City Commission, but was ousted from her position in May 2017.

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