Kamala Harris is the first African American elected to the US Senate, the first Asian American elected president, and the first woman elected to Congress.
All of these things make her a formidable candidate.
But is she really qualified to lead the country?
Let’s start with the big question.
Who is Kamala?
Harris is from Chicago, and graduated from Harvard University with a Bachelors of Science degree.
She was a former communications director for Barack Obama in 2008, and was elected to US Congress in 2018.
She has served on the Chicago Board of Education, and currently serves as the district’s Education Committee chair.
She has been a vocal opponent of Donald Trump.
She took to Twitter to denounce the Republican president on February 26, 2018, and later said that Trump’s attacks on the Black community are not only unacceptable, but racist and discriminatory.
“The Trump administration is not a white supremacist, but a white nationalist, a racist, and a sexist.
If we can’t agree on a president, we should vote for someone else,” Harris said in a tweet that was later deleted.
When we hear the term “white supremacist,” what do we really mean?
In the United States, racism is defined as discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, disability, or sexual orientation.
When it comes to racism, it is often framed in the context of the Ku Klux Klan.
In some states, the definition of racism is more expansive than that, but Harris is not the first Black woman elected by the US Congress.
Latasha Harris, a Democrat from Georgia, is the only Black woman in Congress, and she was the first female US Senator from Georgia.
Harris’ name is also the same as the name of a local high school, but she also graduated from the University of Chicago and is the founder of the Chicago School for Civic Engagement and Engagement.
The Chicago School of Civic Engage and Engage is an organization that focuses on building civic engagement and engagement with young people.
Its mission is to “promote civic engagement, civic engagement for youth, and civic engagement across racial and socio-economic boundaries,” according to the school’s website.
In a video she released in December, Harris discussed the importance of the city’s Black community, and its role in shaping the national dialogue.
The video also addressed issues of race and racism in America, saying that racism in the US has “been embedded in the very fabric of our country since the very beginning.”
The school’s “focus is on a world where everyone is treated equally, everyone is free, everyone has the same rights, and everyone has dignity,” Harris wrote.
In an interview with the Huffington Post, Harris talked about the ways in which the US political system works to keep Black people from being able to participate in the political process.
She said, “The way the system works is that, the system, and particularly the politicians, don’t care about the needs of Black people.
They care about their wealth and power.”
That is not true in Harris’ hometown of Chicago, where the poverty rate is twice the national average, and Black families are over-represented in the prison population.
Harris also noted that “Black people are still the poorest and most oppressed people in America.”
“It’s really an ugly truth,” Harris told HuffPost.
“When people think of the United State of America, what they see is the United States, and we are one of the poorest places on Earth.
That is not how it is.
We have so much opportunity.””
People say, ‘But Kamala, it’s not just the poverty that you talk about, it also has to do with racism,'” she continued.
“And I say, it does.
And racism is alive and well, and that is why we have a Black Congresswoman and the greatest civil rights leader of our time, Kamala.
It is a lot to take in.”
Harris is one of many candidates vying for the White House.
In 2018, President Donald Trump won the presidency by an even wider margin than his opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton, who garnered 4.6 million more votes than her opponent.
The election has also been marked by the rise of new political movements, including the Black Lives Matter movement and the anti-Trump Resistance.
This is not only the case in the United Sates, however.
Black people have also been the targets of violent attacks across the US, including at the hands of white supremacists.
The most prominent example of that violence occurred on the campus of University of California, Berkeley, on August 4, 2017, when a man opened fire on students and police, killing Heather Heyer and injuring others.
In the wake of the 2016 election, Black people were targeted by police in the streets and on the streets of Los Angeles.
According to a 2017 report by the University’s Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism, there were 4,839 incidents of racial and ethnic bias