The Family of Winnfred Wright
During an action in early 2001, The Family picked up bespectacled 19-year-old college dropout named Kali Polk-Matthews at a bus stop.
Polk-Matthews, who is half black and half white, was living with her mother in
The new wife sparked jealousy in Campbell, who'd believed she shared a more intense connection with Wright than the other women, and felt threatened by attentions Wright gave Polk-Matthews. When
At the same time that Wright was expanding his harem, he'd point out sexist behavior on television to his teenage daughters. "Men are dogs," he'd warn them, the paper said.
While the new wife adjusted to life inside the bizarre household, the oldest wife and "lead mother" learned she was dying.