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Braun Turns to Earth for Latest Mission

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Carol Moseley Braun addresses New England College's political convention in December 2003. William B. Plowman/Getty Images hide caption

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Amb. Carol Moseley Braun became America's first black female senator in 1992.

She later became ambassador to New Zealand and Samoa. A few years ago, Braun took a big interest in sustainable farming.

She talks to Farai Chideya about life after politics and her passion for raising organic crops through biodynamic farming.

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