Kamala Harris & Women's Equality Day

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Each year August 26th marks Women's Equality Day in the United States.  It is a celebration of all the adversities women have overcame and the achievements of women's rights activist.

Despite all the things everyone has had to overcome this year, 2020 is proving to be the perfect year to celebrate Women's equality.  We can add to the list of women's accomplishments, the first official nomination of a woman on a major party ticket, for Vice President of the United States. 

When Senator Kamala Harris was sworn in as the California Attorney General, her bio described her as "the first African-American" to hold the position.  Her Senate bio describes her as the second African American woman and the first South Asian American Senator in the history of the Senate.  Disregarding anyone else's opinion on the matter, as her Senate bio reflects, Harris identifies as African American and South Asian American.  Therefore, that is how we will refer to her.  After all, everyone is free to practice Kujichagulia, the Kwanzaa principle of Self-Determination.

Considering it has been 231 years since the first United States President and 232 years since the swearing in of the first U.S. Senator,we should all be able to agree that it is about time we have a woman elect in the white house.

Harris' race, nationality, and career as California Attorney General have all been up for debate.

Taking into account over 16 years of public service in the United States, how big of a role should her

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race/nationality play in her ability to be a major party nominee?

How does her career as an Attorney General and Senator compare to our current President & Vice President and your decision to vote?

We always encourage our supporters to do their own research.  Use multiple resources, take advantage of all the different channels and sites available to you.  You can start here with Senator Kamala Harris' voting record.

Today we also commemorate the passing of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote!

Is it time for an African American/South Asian American WOMAN in the white house? We think so and are offically endorsing BIDEN/HARRIS 2020.  This will be printed on our updated "WOMAN FOREVER" tee!


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