I am the first woman in this position, not the last: Kamala Harris - Newztezz Online


Sunday, November 8, 2020

I am the first woman in this position, not the last: Kamala Harris

 Indian-born Kamala Harris said something heartening in her address after being elected Vice President in the US. She said, I may be the first woman in the office, but I cannot be the last, because every little girl who watches it on television now knows that it is possible in America.

Kamala D. Harris addressed the public as Vice President of the United States for the first time just before half-past eight on Saturday, according to US time. Dressed in a cream-colored suit, Harris stepped on stage outside the Chase Center in Wilmington, Del., And was greeted with a thunderous applause. Kamala Harris referred to her mother Shyamala Gopalan in her address.

He recounted his mother's journey from India to America. Kamala Harris thanked her mother. He said that when my mother Shyamala Gopalan came here from India at the age of 19, she might not have imagined this moment too. But she believed so deeply in America, where such a moment is possible.

Kamala Harris said, "Thinking about my mother and generations, about Black women, Asian, White, Latina and Native American women who have paved the way for this moment in our country's history." Kamala Harris, who won the US Vice-President, said that to defend democracy one has to struggle, sacrifice, but enjoy and progress, because we have the power to create a better future.

Harris continued that, no matter who you voted for, the work now begins. Of course the road ahead will not be easy, but America is ready and so Jo and I are also ready.

He said, I know times have been challenging, especially for the last several months, grief and pain, worries and struggles, but we have also seen your courage, your resilience and the generosity of your soul. For four years, you chose us to serve this country, you voted for it and you gave a clear message, you chose hope and unity, decency, science and yes, truth.

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