Kamala Harris remembered her Indian mother in the race for US Vice President

Kamala Harris remembered her Indian mother in the race for US Vice President

Washington Indian-origin Senator Kamala Harris recalled her mother Shyamala Gopalan in her maiden speech after being elected as the Democratic Party nominee for the post of Vice President in the US and said that she was the one who made him sit hand in hand in difficult times and complain. Instead of teaching to work to improve the situation. Democratic Party likely candidate Joe Biden in US presidential election in NovemberThe 55-year-old Harris was named the vice-presidential candidate on Tuesday. Sharing the stage with Biden in Wilmington in Delaware, Harris said his mother had an important role in his life. Harris said, "My mother Shyamala taught me and my sister Maya that going forward depends on us and every generation in America." He taught us not to just sit with your hands and complain about things, but to do something. ”Harris's father is a Jamaican native and his mother is Indian.

Harris is currently a California senator. He said, "You know that my mother and father came to America from different places of the world for world class education. One came here from India and the other from Jamaica. "Harris's mother was a brunette breast cancer specialist. She came to the US from Tamil Nadu in 1960 to do her doctorate at the University of California Berkeley. His father Donald J. Harris is a retired professor at Stanford University. He arrived in the US from Jamaica to study economics. "They brought the Civil Rights Movement together in the 1960s and during this time they met each other as students while rallying for justice in the streets of Auckland." The struggle for justice continues even today.

"I was also a part of it," said Harris. My parents tied me up well in the stroller and took me to the demonstrations. My mother Shyamala taught me and my sister that it is in the hands of us and every generation in America to keep moving forward. ”He said that his mother inspired him to do something. Harris said, "That's why I did something. I devoted my entire life to turning the words of the Supreme Court of America into reality and equal justice under the law. When I stood in front of the judge for the first time 30 years ago, I took a deep breath and said something that guided my career. It was said that Kamala Harris represents the people.