Kamala Harris became Vice President of the United States on January 20. It is a historic moment because this role was not occupied by a woman or a person of color …
Kamala Harris, the new Vice President of the United States, made history as the first black woman, of Indian-American descent, daughter of an Indian mother and a Jamaican father, to fill the role. She is 55 years old and was born in Oakland, California.
Since her college years, she has been on the front lines of advocating for the rights of minorities, especially women and the community of color. In 2016 she was elected to the Senate.
He is the 49th Vice President of the United States, chosen by Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the run-up to the election. Elected together on December 14, 2020: Joe Biden as President of the States and Vice President Kamala Harris, second only to the President.
Kamala was previously the first black woman to hold the presidency of the San Francisco Department of Justice and become California’s Secretary of Justice.
Now its functions are:
Replacement of the President in the event of death,
Replacement of the president in the event of resignation
To replace the president if he is no longer able to perform his duties.
Presidency of the Senate where laws are passed.
Her motto comes from advice from her mother: “You may be the first to do some things, but make sure you are not the last.” As Vice President, she feels the fight to support the rights of women and minorities is particularly close. In addition, upon his appointment as vice president, he said, “Because every little girl who looks tonight sees that this is the country of possibility.”