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Political pioneer and unsung hero Shirley Chisolm helped pave the way for the likes of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. In 1968, the New York City native became the first African-American woman elected to Congress and, four years later, she became both the first African-American to run for president and the first woman to run for the Democratic Party's nomination. Dr. Mona Vaughn-Scott's bio-play Unbought & Unbossed maps the road leading to the campaign trail. Uncover a significant, yet overlooked chapter in American history when Chilsolm's story comes to the Black Repertory Group Theater in Berkeley.