Anyone confused about Kamala Harris’ multiraciality may recall that the U.S. is a nation that was not built by a single ethnic or racial group.
Family is my sister. Family is my best friend, my nieces and my godchildren. Family is my uncles, my aunts and my chithis, Kamala Harris said.
My view is that gender norms are not just influenced by the evolution of our bodies, but also by the evolution of our minds.
Shyamala Gopalan Harris, a breast cancer researcher and a single mother defied all odds and dared to move to the US as a 19-year-old to peruse her academic interests.
Kamala Harris’ maternal family hails from Tamil Nadu in South India.
As a child, Kamala Harris often visited her grandparents and other members of the maternal family in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
In her memoirs, Harris writes that she made regular visits to her grandparents in Tamil Nadu. Her childhood was rooted in Indian culture.
#SayHerName is a social movement that was started out to raise awareness for unarmed black female victims of police brutality in the US, in 2015.
Stating financial instability as the reason, Harris said, “My campaign for president simply doesn’t have the financial resources we need to continue.”
Kamala Harris has set a fine example for women across the world last night, as to how just speaking up won’t give us a voice. We must demand that we get to finish our sentences too.
US Senator Kamala Harris was recently speaking at MoveOn Big Ideas Forum when the discussion veered towards gender pay gap faced by women of colour. But before the presidential hopeful could express her views, a young man stormed the stage and snatched the mic out of her hands, alleging that he wanted to discuss a “much bigger idea”.
Indian-American politician Kamala Harris, a California senator and former state attorney general, on Monday announced that she is running for president, joining…