American politician, activist, and writer
According to Wikipedia,
Ezola Broussard Foster was an American conservative political activist, writer, and politician. She was president of the interest group Black Americans for Family Values, author of the book What's Right for All Americans, and the Reform Party candidate for Vice President in the U.S. presidential election of 2000 with presidential nominee Pat Buchanan. In April 2002, Foster left the Reform Party for the United States Constitution Party.
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