Harris Makes History as First Black and Indian American Woman VP

Harris Makes History as First Black and Indian American Woman VP

America's Voice Admin
November 10, 2020

Vice president-elect Kamala Harris made history this week when she became the first woman ever to win election on a presidential ticket. VOA’s Congressional Correspondent Katherine Gypson reports on the path that brought Harris to the second most powerful position in the U.S. government.

Camera: Adam Greenbaum Produced by: Katherine Gypson, Jesse Oni

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