By Boluwatife O. Ojewande
In chapters ten through fourteen of American Spy, Marie recalls Helen's funeral, Robbie's visit to Martinique, and her first undercover assignment to gather intel during President Thomas Sankara’s visit to New York City. She is told to seduce the leader, which makes her feel uncomfortable.
“While I was attracted to him, I knew it was wrong to try and seduce him” (142).
Why was what Marie described about her
challenges as a Black woman professional important for you to consider?