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This Wednesday Kamala Harris will be the keynote speaker. Via CNN:
Harris, the first person of South Asian descent to serve as vice president, will address the AAPI Victory Alliance’s first ever unity summit on Wednesday, the group told CNN. The virtual event, titled “From Victory to Unity,” will feature celebrities like Tan France and Simu Liu as well as former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Democratic Sens. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois, Mazie Hirono of Hawaii and Cory Booker of New Jersey.
“It’s time we call our communities together to discuss strategies for engaging and mobilizing in the future,” said Varun Nikore, executive director of the AAPI Victory Alliance. “Vice President Harris is an inspiration for all of our AAPI children who now know that the sky’s the limit and you can be anything in this country that they strive for.”
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