Posted on 22-01-2021 by Admin
Kamala Harris has created history by becoming the first woman of America, the first Indian, first black vice-president. Popularly known as Female Obama , Harris became a member of the Senate for the first time. In his historic speech after his victory in November, Harris recalled his late mother Shyamala Gopalan, a cancer researcher and civil rights activist from India, saying that she had prepared him for this big day in his political career.
Harris (56) has set many examples. She is the first woman, first Indian, and first African American to become District Attorney of San Francisco. Joe Biden, the Democratic Party candidate for the Presidential Election 2020, elected Harris as the Vice Presidential candidate in August.
Harris was once a bitter critic of her former rival Biden. Harris, 56, is one of three Asian American members of the Senate. She was popularly known as Female Obama during Obama s tenure.
kamala harris Born on 20 October 1964, Kamala Devi Harris s mother Shyamala Gopalan arrived in UC Berkeley from Tamil Nadu, India in 1960, while her father Donald J Harris came to UC Berkeley from British Jamaica in 1961 to pursue a Bachelor of Economics.
Kamala, who studied at Harvard University after high school, was just seven years old when her parents separated from each other. Kamala and her younger sister Maya lived with their mother and their mother s influence was very much on their lives. Although that period was not comfortable for black people
After studying at Harvard University, Harris studied law at the University of California. In 2003, she became San Francisco s top prosecutor. In 2010, she was the first woman and the first black person to become a California attorney.
In 2017 Harris was elected Junior US Senator from California. When Kamala married her fellow lawyer Douglas Amphoff in 2014, she became involved in Indian, African and American traditions as well as Jewish tradition.
US Vice-President Kamala Harris has added several names to her name after winning the presidential race with Joe Biden on Saturday, November 7, 2020, defeating President Donald Trump. She is the first woman, the first black, the first Indian-American and the first Asian vice president of America
The 56-year-old California senator is one of only three Asian Americans in the Senate and is the first Indian-American to serve in the Chamber. Prior to his election as Vice President, Harris is known for many firsts. She has been a county district attorney; District Attorney for San Francisco - First woman and first African-American and Indian-origin to be elected to the position.