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Friday, May 4, 2012
So desperately wanting to belong: Is Elizabeth Warren's desire to finally find a sense of belonging what animated her use of race identity (politics) prior to the Massachusetts Senate race? It may very well be much more personal than you think once you know her back story
WSJ Opinion: Questions Over Elizabeth Warren's Claims of Native American Heritage Linger. May 3, 2012. http://youtu.be/MN1lvOq2opA
So desperately wanting to belong: Is Elizabeth Warren's desire to finally find a sense of belonging what animated her use of race identity (politics) prior to the current Massachusetts Senate race? It may very well be much more personal than you think once you know her back story
Please see also:
Elizabeth Warren: I just wanted to find others like me
By Hillary Chabot and Chris Cassidy
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Boston Globe video: Scott Brown reacts to Elizabeth Warren's Native American status. April 30, 2012. http://youtu.be/2Kpu7yBpnUE
Massachusetts: Brown-Warren Senate Race Statistically Tied
By Joshua Miller
Posted at 10:56 a.m. on April 1
Boston Globe video: The Back Story: Dina Rudick speaks with Globe reporter Noah Bierman about his profile on Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren
FYI: per the mention in the video above, film and TV star James Garner was also from Oklahoma like Warren, and had even attended the same elementary school years prior.
The first in a series of profiles Noah Bierman is doing on Warren is here:
Once you read this, regardless of what you think about her politics, a lot of things will make a lot more sense in trying to figure her out.
A girl who soared, but longed to belong.
Elizabeth Warren grew up amid the infinite expanse of Oklahoma, the finite expectations of her place and time, and financial pain at home. The lessons of those years still drive her.
By Noah Bierman, Globe Staff
February 12, 2012
Video: An Oklahoma childhood: http://bcove.me/d5ojwpi2
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