We are on the eve of a new president and vice president. We are also on the eve of a new chapter in history where women are more equal, we all renew patriotism, and America returns to the people. January 20, Kamala Harris will be the 2021 woman, a woman of many firsts.
Harris is the first female vice president, the first southern Asian vice president, and the first Black vice president. And as in any change, there are those who blaze the path before us.
It is no accident that President Bill Clinton installed Madeleine Albright as the first woman to be secretary of State and Attorney General Janet Napolitana as the first woman in her role.
Hillary Clinton was a New York senator and secretary of State for Barack Obama. Twice, she ran for president, and oh how we wished she would have won in 2016.
Now, she is lending her hand to the woman of firsts, Vice President Kamla Harris. Clinton urges us to “sit with this” extraordinary moment in time. That is a grand idea whose time has come:
‘Let’s just sit with this for a moment and what it means. Tomorrow, Kamala Devi Harris will be the first woman sworn in as vice president of the United States.’
I supported her candidacy for President. I think she is great.
But VP will do just fine! pic.twitter.com/8m9ZDAZ24O
— 🌊Hank Ering (@hank_ering) January 19, 2021
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