Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris / Wednesday Justice Sonia Sotomayor / Supreme Court

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will be sworn in on Wednesday by Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a ceremony in which the first woman of color to become vice president will take her oath from the first woman of color to sit on the Supreme Court.

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