History Will Remember Kamala Harris

A (vice-)president for all Americans.


Kamala Harris, a Californian senator of Indian and Jamaican heritage, has solid ground to celebrate and the whole world should rejoice with her. She is the first woman and, additionally, the first woman of color, who has become the vice-president-elect of the US. Next year, she will join the president-elect Joe Biden in the White House, whose victory with 284 electoral votes has been confirmed on Saturday. 


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Kamala’s success has been already celebrated as historic by fellow female politicians, including Atlanta’s mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms and Cory Booker, one of only three Black senators. 

In a Twitter statement Kamala Harris reassured that the election is truly about “the soul of America,” similarly to Biden who promised to be “a president for all Americans.” 


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Kamala’s video of phone call to Biden straight after the announcement of victory has already gone viral.


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