Husniyah Dent Bradley
Husniyah Dent Bradley was raised in South Minneapolis, in Minnesota House District 63B. She graduated from Spelman College in Atlanta, GA with a BS degree in Chemistry. She went on to purse a Law degree in 2004. During her studies at Mitchell Hamine School of Law she interned with Minneapolis city councilman Paul Zerby’s office, where she updated the rules for the Civilian Review authority board.
Her political activity continued as she organized for Hillary Clinton’s campaign and worked at Minneapolis Reginal Labor Federation. Today she works at Mitchell Hamline school of Law in Career and professional development.
In 2020 Husniyah decided to run for the seat in Minnesota house district 63B her roots. Her focus was to lead her voice to the policy that pertains to education, transportation, the environment and criminal justice. She was one of the 40 Black Women to run for a political seat in Minnesota. Husniyah continues to stand strong and fight for the rights of education and the environment of criminal justice.