Kamala Harris Tweeted To Love Our Country Is To Fight For The Ideals Of Our Country. The transcript of her acceptance speech was already published in both her blog and the mainstream media. According to Kamala Harris blog, she is starting the speech by addressing the woman and men in specific. She also mentions the significance of the former democratic president of the united states Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton. The speech says,
Kamala Harris Published Her Vice Presidency Acceptance Speech Transcript
“That I am here tonight is a testament to the dedication of generations before me. Women and men who believed so fiercely in the promise of equality, liberty, and justice for all. This week marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. And we celebrate the women who fought for that right.
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Yet so many of the Black women who helped secure that victory were still prohibited from voting, long after its ratification. But they were undeterred. Without fanfare or recognition, they organized, testified, rallied, marched and fought — not just for their vote, but for a seat at the table. These women and the generations that followed worked to make democracy and opportunity real in the lives of all of us who followed.
They paved the way for the trailblazing leadership of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. And these women inspired us to pick up the torch — and fight on. Women like Mary Church Terrell and Mary McCleod Bethune. Fannie Lou Hamer and Diane Nash. Constance Baker Motley and Shirley Chisholm. We’re not often taught their stories. But as Americans, we all stand on their shoulders. “
Kamala Harris received a lot of positive remarks in less than a minute after sharing her speech transcript. “We are proud of you for this signal achievement. Our prayers are with you and we thank your parents and especially your mother for carrying you. We are able to see what women of faith and power can do. Prayers for a successful Vice Presidency. Well deserved!” one follower retweeted with comment.