100 Years Since Women Won the Right to Vote, a Woman Is Elected to White House
Vice President Kamala Harris is the first woman to ascend to one of the highest offices in our country. It has been a long time coming, America.
This accomplishment is even more significant because Harris is a woman of color — a Black, Indian American daughter of immigrants. Although the League never endorses candidates or parties, we celebrate the election of a women to the vice presidency because we cannot deny the historic significance of this moment.
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