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Kamala Harris news and analysis from The Nation
May 10, 2021
The Age of Intersectional Empire Is Upon Us
The CIA’s recent recruitment video—featuring an “intersectional” millennial Latina—is the latest example of imperial rebranding.
March 2, 2021
VP Harris, Maybe You Were Elected for Such a Time as This
The Byrd rule is not in the Constitution. It’s not what you swore to uphold.
Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II
Rev. Dr. Liz Theoharis
February 9, 2021
Democrats Have Inherited a Broken Senate. Can They Make It Work?
Senate majority leader Chuck Schumer has his work cut out for him. Here are four ways he could make the Senate work.
January 21, 2021
FirstLadyology: The Role Has Long Been a Lose-Lose Proposition
In breaking the mold for presidential partners, Jill Biden could set her successors free.
January 20, 2021
On the Streets of D.C., How the Biden Presidency Began
The presidential transition was marked by small crowds, empty streets, and, finally, a collective sigh of relief.
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January 14, 2021
What Sex Workers Want Kamala Harris to Know
The incoming vice president has the opportunity to redress the harm she’s caused.
January 13, 2021
I No Longer Trust Law Enforcement to Keep Biden and Harris Safe on Inauguration Day
The siege of the Capitol revealed what most Black people already knew: Law enforcement is in league with Trumpism.
November 23, 2020
How Long Can Biden Avoid Confronting Trump?
The president-elect has decided that the current president is best ignored. But what if Trump remains a force in political life?
November 7, 2020
The Biden-Harris Victory Brings ‘an Outpouring of Joy, Hope, Renewed Faith’
In cities nationwide, a spontaneous celebration erupts as Trump is defeated and voters usher in “a new day for America.”
November 2, 2020
This Election, Black Women Are Leading the Way—Again
With voting rights under attack, activists like Stacey Abrams and LaTosha Brown are continuing the struggle that leaders like Fannie Lou Hamer helped ignite.
Keisha N. Blain