Kamala Harris Makes History As First Black-Asian Female VP!
Congratulations goes to Kamala Harris, America’s first black-Asian female Vice President.
Now that Joe Biden is the elected President of the United States history has been made. Kamala Harris is the first in many categories and now just for women. Read on…
CelebnPolitics247.com would like to say congratulations to Berkley’s very own Kamala Harris for making history as the first female Vice President.
Ms. Harris, the daughter of an Indian mother and Jamaican father, has risen higher in the country’s leadership than any woman ever before her.
Here are all the categories where Kamala Harris has made the Biden/Harris ticket such a historical moment.
- Kamala Harris will be the first female vice president,
- She is also the first biracial candidate, the first Black and Asian American person to occupy that post.
- Harris is also the first Vice President who attended Howard University and all-black college.
Every little girl watching tonight sees this as a country of possibilities.
Harris made a forceful prediction:
While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last.
For Harris, 56, her win marks a new height in her turbocharged trajectory from local to state to national politics. It represents a recovery from the setback of her ill-fated presidential primary campaign and positions her as a standard-bearer of the Democratic Party, second only to Joe Biden, her governing partner.
America has reimagined what leadership looks like before, most profoundly with the election 12 years ago of Barack Obama, the country’s first Black president.