Who is Kamala Harris?
American lawyer and politician, Kamala Harris is best known as the junior United States Senator from California. She’s the daughter of Dr. Shyamala Gopalan Harris, also a breast cancer expert and Donald Harris, a Stanford University economics professor. Harris attended Howard University in Washington, D.C.. She’s a part of the Democratic Party and served as 32nd Attorney General of California.
Early Life and EducationKamala Harris was Created Kamala Devi Harris on October 20, 1964, at Oakland, California. Her mum, Shyamala Gopalan Harris has been a Tamil Indian (1938-2009), and dad, Donald Harris is a Jamaican. She’s American and belongs into the combined ethnicity. Her first title, Kamala is removed in the Sanskrit so lotus blossom. She’s a younger sister, Maya who’s a lawyer and public policy advocate. Her parents got divorced when she was only 7 and then, her and her husband began to living with his mom in Canada. Harris finished her graduation in the Montreal’s Westmount High School at Quebec. Throughout her school days, she had been chosen to the liberal arts student council as trainee class agent, a part of this discussion team, and that she combined the Alpha Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Back in 1989, she moved into California inorder to obtained her Juris Doctor (J.D.) in the University of California, Hastings College of the Law, at 1989.
Kamala Harris started her career in the 1990s as a deputy district attorney in Alameda County, California where she served for 2 decades. She’s increased her voice against several crimes and civil rights.
From his history of celebrating those who fought for an America that kept human beings enslaved, to his efforts to justify Trump’s ban on transgender troops, Robert Wilkie is a far cry from the best person we can find to put in charge of our veterans' care. We owe them better.
— Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) July 23, 2018