Kamala Harris is the first woman, the first woman of color, the first South Asian American and the first Black American vice president. But she is not the first person of color to hold the office.
HISTORY MADE: Kamala Harris, the child of immigrants, took the oath of office Wednesday to serve as Vice President of the United States — and became the first woman, first Black American, and first South Asian American to do so
Kamala Harris becomes the first woman, first Black American and first South Asian to hold the office of the vice presidency.
HISTORY MADE: Kamala Harris, the child of immigrants, takes the oath of office to serve as Vice President of the United States — becoming the first woman, first Black American, and first South Asian American to do so
Canadian PM Justin Trudeau: "For so many people in Canada and around the world, seeing a woman -- a Black and South Asian American woman -- elected as the next Vice President of the United States is an inspiration and a reminder that everyone's voice belongs in politics."
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.