Kamala Harris First Woman Vice President of the United States

Kamala Harris – Top 10 Kamala Harris Books

 

Kamala Harris - Top 10 Kamala Harris Books Inspiring Women All Around the World

Kamala Harris has made history being the first woman in the history of the United States of America to earn the position of vice president.

President Joe Biden and vice president Kamala Harris combined their bases to unseat the maverick president Donald Trump in what was a closely and at times heated contested 2020 presidential race.

In the end the challengers Joe Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris manage to wrestle the states of Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and the cream of the crop Pennsylvania from the clutches of a battle weary and devastated Republican party.

Did Joe Biden's choice of a female running mate prove the undoing and unravelling of the Donald Trump's administration?
Many will say yes and others will say no but one thing for sure Kamala Harris has now cemented her name and stature in the pages of American history.


Will Kamala Harris' path to White House serve as an inspiration to women from all around the world?
Yes of course! This is an unprecedented feat achieved by a female in what is considered the most progressive and most powerful country in the world.
Being a woman born of non European parentage makes this achievement even more significant than Barack Obama becoming America's first black president.

With Kamala Harris' roots originating from Jamaica and India this is now fueling the debate about which aspect of her ethnic profile is she embracing above the other.

It's been quoted in the mainstream media the Kamala Harris has regarded herself as Indian American. This piece of information has not been factually verified by this writer at the time of writing.
Let's go for Afro Indian American here which is the defacto political correct definition of Kamala Harris' heritage.

Her nationality being American and her roots being a hybrid of African and Indian (this by all acceptable norms will make her nonetheless black).
Whichever side she chooses to identify with that's up to her. Will choosing to identify with one side over the other cause the other side to feel alienated?

Only time will tell what the outcome of making such a choice will be.
Has the historians began writing about Kamala Harris already? Yes they certain have (Kamala Harris' Wikipedia page was almost instantly updated the minute it was announced on Thursday November 8, 2020 that Joe Biden has won the state of Pennsylvania in the 2020 presidential election).

We will have to wait a while for the biographers and celebrity historians to publish content on Kamala Harris the democratic vice president.

In the meantime here are the top 10 Kamala Harris books inspiring women from all around the world: https://bit.ly/kamala-harris-vp

(Update pending).


 

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