Washington: Kamala Harris is in discussions these days regarding her candidacy for the post of vice president in the US elections. His name was nominated by former United States Vice President Joe Biden to be nominated for vice-president on behalf of the Democratic Party. Meanwhile, Kamala Harris is making headlines for her next comic book.
In fact, Kamala Harris will be releasing a comic book based on her life a day after her next birthday. This comic tells about Kamala Harris’ journey from childhood to the historic run for vice president in the U.S. elections. The name of this comic is Female Force: Kamala Harris, in which information about the journey from Kamala Harris’ birth to bed is given.
Female Force: The Kamala Harris comic book is part of Tidalwave Productions’ political power series based on the life of Kamala Harris, which will be released on October 21. Let me tell you that Kamala Harris will be celebrating her 56th birthday on October 21, 2020 and this comic based on them will launch which is a great gift for her. The US election is held on November 3, two weeks after his birthday. In such a situation, before the election, Americans will be able to get to know Kamala Harris in depth through comics. Of course, this can also affect the next election.
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The publisher, who publishes the comic book of US vice presidential candidate Kamala, described Harris as “full of courage and determination” on his website. The editor wrote that Kamala Harris’ no-nonsense approach and bi-racial heritage made her a popular member of the Democratic Party. “
The comic book story begins with the birth of Kamala Harrick, Indian biologist Shyamala Gopalan in California and Jamaican economics professor Donald Harris, who later follows the path to becoming a second African-American woman and first Asian-American senator. .
Harris’s mother, Shyamala Gopalan, came to India for higher education from India after graduating in 1957. In several interviews, Harris said he was deeply influenced by his mother. In history, the nomination of Kamala Harris as vice president by the Democratic Party in the 2020 U.S. election is a dramatic moment. Let’s say Harris, 55, a senator from California, is the first black woman to be elected vice-president by a major American party.