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VP Candidate Kamala Harris Graces ESSENCE’S Election Digital Cover

By Firstladyb

Essence magazine celebrates the historic nomination of Kamala Harris as the democratic VP nominee and share the stories of the Black women leading the Biden/Harris campaign in their special election digital issue.

I firmly believe, I firmly in my heart and in my soul know, that this is the most important election of our lifetime. - U.S. Vice Presidential Nominee, Sen. Kamala Harris

In the piece, History Maker, News & Politics editor Tanya Christian details her coverage of the Senator-including her live appearance at the 2019 ESSENCE Festival of Culture in New Orleans during her presidential run last year. Now more than a year later, Harris weighs in on a number of topics including:

  • ON THE BIDEN-HARRIS AGENDA: "There's no question that we need immediate change and drastic change, and that's so much of what the Biden-Harris platform and what the Biden-Harris administration will be about. It's about saying, 'We need to immediately address a number of issues that demand priority....' And that relates to getting people back to work. It means investing in infrastructure and creating millions of new jobs. It means fighting for health care for all people..."
  • ON SOCIAL UNREST AND POLICE BRUTALITY: "I have seen too many cases of not only unarmed Black folks being killed, but women, and we need to speak their names and understand that we have to have justice.
VP Candidate Kamala Harris Graces ESSENCE’S Election Digital CoverVP Candidate Kamala Harris Graces ESSENCE’S Election Digital Cover

The election special also includes The Black Women Behind the Biden-Harris Campaign, which features key movers and shakers such as: Senior Advisor Symone Sanders; Vice-Presidential Nominee Chief of Staff Karine Jean-Pierre; National Coalitions Director Ashley Allison; Senior Advisor for Strategic Planning Ashley Etienne; National Director for State Coalition Outreach Sherice Perry; National Political Director Erin Wilson; National Women's Vote Director Carissa Smith and more.

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