My Vice President Is A Black Woman
If it weren’t for the illustrious, historically black institution, Howard University, or the neighborhood in Oakland California, or even the culture that ignited a strike on our now VP of the United States, our VP wouldn’t be Black.
From chanting in Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority to chanting for change as the Junior United States Senator, Kamala’s agenda for the people has been heard.
We knew she was for us when we saw her listening to Tupac and enlisted him as her favorite rapper of all time. If you truly know music, you can navigate through anything. Our VP, with the Black Card, has become the first Black woman as the Vice President Elect of the United States. Cheers to the next four years!