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Asian Americans used to be a reliable Republican voting bloc. But long before Kamala Harris, who is Indian American and Black, became Joe Biden’s running mate, they shifted to support the Democratic Party

Black women voters make up a crucial slice of the American electorate. Will the Dems' pick of Kamala Harris as VP help sway them? @thetake_pod  @mmbilals  talks @ajpluso  @iiwrites ' about the history and the power of the Black vote. 🎧 Listen here 👉

Kamala Harris said in her DNC speech that her parents fell in love in the “most American way” — marching for civil rights. The story of how they met unfolds in 1960s activism, and also reveals the enduring influence of a Black study group in Berkeley.

Kamala Harris said in her DNC speech that her parents fell in love in the “most American way” — marching for civil rights. The story of how they met unfolds in 1960s activism, and also reveals the enduring influence of a Black study group in Berkeley.

I was born in Jamaica. I've interviewed @Adele . All that energy you're putting into analyzing Adele's hair and swimwear? Redirect it to something more pressing to the Black diaspora: getting Joe Biden and Kamala Harris (a Jamaican-American) elected

Kamala Harris makes history as the first Black woman and first South Asian American vice presidential nominee on a major party ticket #DemConvention 

Kamala Harris made history Wednesday as the first Black woman and first South Asian American vice presidential nominee on a major party ticket — Watch the top moments from her acceptance speech

Kamala Harris made history Wednesday as the first Black woman and first South Asian American vice presidential nominee on a major party ticket — Watch the top moments from her acceptance speech

Sen. Kamala Harris’ barrier-breaking candidacy reflects a pair of historic firsts: she is the first Black woman and the first Asian-American politician on a major party’s presidential ticket.

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BREAKING: Joe Biden has named Kamala Harris as his running mate, making the California senator the first Black and South Asian American woman to run on a major political party's presidential ticket

Joe Biden names Kamala Harris as his running mate, making her the first Black and South Asian American woman on a major US party's presidential ticket

Besides being the first Black woman on a major party's presidential ticket, Kamala Harris is also the first Indian American in that role. Her mother was born in Chennai and immigrated to the US to attend a doctoral program at UC Berkeley.

BREAKING: Joe Biden has named Kamala Harris as his running mate, making the California senator the first Black and South Asian American woman to run on a major political party's presidential ticket

Sen. Kamala Harris is the first Black woman and first Asian American person on a major party's presidential ticket.

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It's official: Sen. Kamala Harris is Joe Biden's vice presidential pick. It's a historic first. Harris is the only Black woman and the only South Asian American woman to be named the vice presidential nominee of a major political party.

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BREAKING: Joe Biden has named Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate, making her the first Black and South Asian American woman to run on a major political party's presidential ticket

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Sen. Kamala Harris became the first Black and South Asian American woman to run on a major political party's presidential ticket when Joe Biden named the moderate former prosecutor to be his running mate. Harris has spent her career breaking barriers.

Kamala Harris was attacked on Twitter by a conservative provocateur for not being an “American black.” On Thursday night, spammers and even one of President Trump’s sons spread the attack to millions of people within hours

Sen. Kamala Harris on why members of the Congressional Black Caucus didn't stand as President Trump touted low African-American unemployment rate: "At the end of that statement, he should've said 'thank you, President Obama'

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