Latin America’s 1st ever black female VP — A Jamaican? • Caribbean Life

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On April 1, when jokesters, pranksters and April foolers of the day tricked family and friends with carefully constructed misdeeds, in the Central American nation of Costa Rica, Epsy Alejandra Campbell Barr was elected the very, first of her race to win the second-most sought after seat in government.

Back in the day, on a show dubbed “The A-Team” Mr. T would offer a cautionary response to adversaries saying “Pity the fool,” to anyone doubting his mettle and might.

However, the date also marked Easter, the Christian celebration of a resurrection recorded in the Bible as a catalyst to transformation, spiritual reconciliation and atonement.

On the Sunday when all the votes were tallied and the final count were announced…

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