Why Kamala Harris’ Win Is So Meaningful for Minorities, Immigrants and Women

The vice president-elect reminds us never to stop dreaming big

Minorities, immigrants and communities of color can look on with excitement to the next vice president, who is setting the stage for BIPOC. Source: Getty Images

Today, history was made in the United States, and I hope every single one of you remembers this moment. I was at a workout this morning, where people started celebrating at the gym. Sen. Kamala Devi Harris just became the first female vice president, the first Black vice president and the first Indian vice president in American history. This is a special moment.

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@avishsood Avish Sood is a brand manager at The Clorox Company and is the founder of The Sponsorship Space.