Under Black Women’s Leadership, the Future of America Is Brighter

Between the Black female activists in Georgia and Kamala Harris’ vice presidency, we are in good hands

Kamala Harris is sworn in as Vice President on January 20, 2021 in Washington, D.C. Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images

Even Joe Biden’s victory wouldn’t have been possible without the work of Black woman organizers like Stacey Abrams and LaTosha Brown and the 90% of Black women voters who supported Biden far beyond any other demographic.

Since joining the Biden ticket, Harris has co-sponsored Medicare for All, pushed for $2,000 monthly stimulus checks during the pandemic, and introduced legislation to protect communities from environmental discrimination.

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