to be Since then, other Colleagues have been exposed to similar errors, they wrote in a letter to their member groups.
"The frequency is alarming and is suitable for a lazy racist view that all Black People look the same," she continued.
The Labour and Co-operative party politician, The Letter said: "On two different occasions, I've mistaken for the other black female MP.
Since the publication of The Letter online, Ms Eshalomi said she and other Colleagues had initially planned to write a letter to Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle about the Problem of misinterpretation, but said the Corona Virus pandemic had delayed you.
"On The First occasion, I came to the Central Lobby, and an MP ran up to me, and broke into the conversation," the Labour MP said.
"Then you stopped because you released I was not Kate. She thought I was Kate Osamor . She was so they're moving just literally ran again.
"The Second time I was in The Chamber . I was one of The Last members to speak in The Debate on this day, and as I stood up to speak, the caption had me down as Taiwo Owatemi , the MP for Coventry North-West . "Marsha de Cordova (left) was mistaken for Dawn Butler (right) on Bbc Parliament
In his story about the mix-up,Bell Ribeiro-Addy was incorrectly titled as Marsha de Cordova at an Evening Standard story said in February
Ms Eshalomi, they to had experienced such misunderstandings.
She Said : "All those women, I have referred to individual politicians in their own right, they are women I look.
"they are women who fought, in order to be elected. So you deserve to be called to be and not to be confused with other black women.
"not going to happen This to some of my white female Colleagues , sometimes her hair, sometimes you have to get it back in a ponytail.
"So why is it, when we as black women our hair or our appearance changing, you can't recognize us?"