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Kamala Harris makes history as the first woman to become vice president

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Kamala Harris makes history as the first woman to become vice president

By Li Zhou via https://www.vox.com/

Harris is also the first Black person and first South Asian American person to be elected to the role.

Sen. Kamala Harris is officially the first woman, first Black person, and first South Asian American person to be elected vice president of the United States. She and incoming President Joe Biden have won their bid against President Donald Trump and will be sworn in this January.

Harris has made history: No woman has ever served as vice president or president in the US. Her election to the office — and the representation she brings — is significant for many voters.

“She’s the first Black woman to be considered vice president of this country, and it means so…

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