First Thing’s First: Why Vice President Harris Cannot Be the Last

By: Iman Ali, Policy and Programming Coordinator

Kamala Harris is sworn in as vice president as her husband, Doug Emhoff, looks on at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 20. Alex Wong / Getty Images
LA Times| Kamala Harris’ new book presents photos of her youth in Oakland as she shares her memories of the moments: “Long before ‘take your kid to work day,’ my mother often took us to her lab in Berkeley. She had two goals in life: to raise her two daughters and to end breast cancer.” (Courtesy of Kamala Harris)

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