The invisible woman walked into the fast food restaurant. She walked slow. She walked with a cane. She wore a scarf to protect her scarred head from the rain.
She walked in Wednesday at the same time there was talk at a campaign event – just days before Saturday’s Democratic primary. The talk was from Bernie Sanders, and about Hillary Clinton, concerning what both have done, or not, about the poor, and the black. And how too many of those people are “powerless” and “invisible.”