General elections are going to be held in the US in November this year, through which it will be known who has been elected the next American President. This includes Republican Party leader and current US President Donald Trump , as well as Democratic Party leader and presidential election candidate Joe Biden against him. Meanwhile, Indian-American Senator Kamala Harris is in the news. Let us tell you that 55-year-old Harris has been elected as the Vice-Presidential candidate by the Democratic Party. In the presidential election, the possible candidate of the Democratic Party, Joe Biden, chose Harris as the Vice-Presidential candidate on Tuesday. According to the information, this is the first time that a black woman has become the Vice Presidential candidate from any major party of the country.
Kamala Harris was born on 20 October 1964 in Auckland, California. Harris's father Donald Harris is African (from Jamaica) and mother Shyamala Gopalan is Indian. 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 came to America from Jamaica to study economics. According to the information, When the civil rights movement was taking place in America, Harris's parents met each other as students while rallying for justice in the streets of Auckland. Let me tell Harris that his parents tied him well in Strawler and took him along for the demonstrations. Harris has studied law and dedicated his entire life to turning the words of the US Supreme Court into reality and equal justice under the law.
Kamala Harris's mother is her inspiration
Indian-origin Senator Kamala Harris recalled her mother Shyamala Gopalan in her maiden speech after being elected as the Democratic Party candidate for the post of Vice President in the US. Harris said that 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 hand in hand and complain about things, but to do something. "His mother's advice to Harris inspires everyday and this is why Harris is able to reach this point today is.