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Cora Mae Brown (born April 19, 1914 – December 17, 1972), was the first African-American woman elected (rather than appointed)  to a state senate in the United States. She won her seat in the Michigan State Senate in 1952.  Brown was a Democrat who represented Detroit. Contents 1 Early life 2 Education 3 Legal career
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Brown le ha dado $ 18 en manutención infantil: $ 1 por año desde su nacimiento hasta los 18 años. En el episodio "Conoce al papá del bebé", un hombre afirmó ser el padre de Cora, pero se reveló que el Sr. Brown era el padre de Cora después todo. ¿Quién es el papá del bebé de Madea? Cora es la hija de Mable (Madea) Simmons y Leroy Brown.
Cora is the daughter of Mable (Madea) Simmons and Leroy Brown. She is the most well-known of all Madea's children, as well the only living one. She appears in a number of plays, films, and even in the series timeline, sharing the same personality in each, as well as religious views. She is Played by Tamela Mann.
Cora was born in 1953 to Madea and Mr. Brown. In Madea's Big Happy Family, it was revealed that Mr. Brown is not Cora's Father. The two were seniors in high school and had a one nightstand during their prom. Madea reveals this in Class Reunion, and it's revealed again in Meet the Browns the Play. She had an older sister who Madea failed to keep in ...
In the play, Cora first appears in I Can Do Bad All by Myself as the middle-aged Aunt of her two nieces, Maylee and Vianne. She gives them Godly wisdom, and attempts to lead them down the right path while avoiding the agressive methods of her mother. Madea reveals that she was brought up right after a failed attempt with her older sister who died s...
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02/04/2020 · Cora Brown Fund . To use funds made possible by a bequest of funds from the late Cora C. Brown of Kansas City, Missouri, who left a portion of her estate to the United States for the purpose of helping survivors of natural disasters not caused by or attributed to war. This fund supports disas
Cora Brown Fund To use funds made possible by a bequest of funds from the late Cora C. Brown of Kansas City, Missouri, who left a portion of her estate to the United States for the purpose of helping victims of natural disasters not caused by or attributed to war. Agency - Department of Homeland Security