This week the 46th president of the United States of America was elected, along with him the 46th vice president of the United States, for the first time in the history of the American Constitution, a woman of Indo-Jamaican origin, Kamala Harris.
Since Joe Biden chose Kamala, I was very convinced, for the victory, I knew they would win, because the former is a democrat, old-fashioned, lover of the union of the people, respectful of the laws and rules, respectful of the people, everything that made the United States great. The second, a lover of civil rights, the right to vote, respect for races. The victory of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris was a splash of fresh air in a nation destroyed by Covid, racism, and denied women’s rights, like sixty years ago.
Born in Oklahoma, in 1964, to an Indo-American mother who immigrated from Chennai and a father of Jamaican descent, she studied at Howard University and at Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco, began working as a deputy district attorney for Alameda County from 1990 to 1998. After working for two years in that office, in 2003 she was elected district attorney of San Francisco, remained in office until 2011. In 2010 she was elected attorney general of California and re-elected again in 2014. Harris is She was therefore the first woman to hold this office, as well as the first Asian American figure. In 2016 she ran for the Senate, and won clearly, becoming the first African-Asian American to be elected to the Senate. He has always fought for the civil rights of African Americans, the LGBT community,of women and all minorities in America.
Her presence, the way he imposes himself on the Americans, makes you understand that he has fought hard to be where he is now, and that he believes in the American dream, the one in which his mother believed, and the one in which many of us still believe. In her victory speech, she spoke to the girls, the young women, urging them to continue to cultivate their dreams because everything is possible, she is the first female Vice President, but she will not be the last.