Rosemary Brown – NDP leader

Rosemary Brown became the first Black female member of a provincial legislature when she ran for the NDP and was elected as to represent Vancouver-Burrard in British Columbia in 1972. In 1975 she ran for the federal leadership of the NDP against Ed Broadbent, coming in a close second.

Rosemary Brown became the first Black female member of a provincial legislature when she ran for the NDP and was elected as to represent Vancouver-Burrard in British Columbia in 1972. In 1975 she ran for the federal leadership of the NDP against Ed Broadbent, coming in a close second.

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