Kamala Harris Insists That ‘You Don’t Meet Hate With Hate’ Whereas Discussing The Deep Divide In America
Only a few days left until the elected Vice President Kamala Harris and President-elect Joe Biden will assume the highest office in the country. She didn’t appear on one but two Vogue covers! Not only that, but she had some very important things to say, now more than ever after what happened at the US Capitol, and she made them known through the release.
The main point she wanted to address was that it is time to end the deep divide between American citizens.
“At the risk of oversimplifying it, hatred is not met with hatred. They do not meet a dividing line with another dividing line. We believe that the vast majority of Americans disagree, accept, and dislike this approach, ”she argued.
On one of the covers, Kamala was in her element wearing her favorite shoes – Converse Chuck Taylor sneakers, which she revealed at Deus and Mero last year.
‘It is either [Converse] Chucks or shoulders. It has always been like that, ”she confessed on the talk show at the time.
And this isn’t the first time she’s rocking Converse – the reality is that her selection of shoes made a splash during the campaign and she obviously thought it was a great idea to have them on the cover of Vogue too.
The shoes were combined with a Donald Deal jacket and black skinny pants.
The other cover shows ‘Madame Vice President’ in a powder blue suit that looks confident and balanced.
Kamala Harris made history as the first black person, person of Indian descent, and the first woman to become Vice President of the United States.
About this she previously stated in part: “I may be the first to do many things – make sure I am not the last … I thought of my little nieces who only know one world where one woman is vice-president of the United States, a woman of color, a black woman, a woman with parents born outside of the United States. ‘