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Kamala Harris Stirs Debate at Summit with Bold Language

Vice President Kamala Harris spoke passionately at the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies Legislative Leadership summit on Monday and used a controversial word to emphasize her point. She told the audience that they may sometimes encounter closed doors in life, but they should be prepared to push through those obstacles.

During the event, Harris was asked about her experience as the first Black American vice president and the first of Asian descent. She spoke about the challenges of breaking barriers and acknowledged that it can be a difficult and painful process.

Harris encouraged young people to be confident and proud of their background when entering new spaces. She emphasized the importance of resilience and determination when facing discrimination or feeling like the only person who looks like them in a room.

The event was held to celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, highlighting the contributions and experiences of these communities in the United States.

Written by Staff Reports

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