Kamala Harris Made History, But U.S. Still Has A Long Way To Go For Women Of Color

Millions of Americans are glowing after the election because of what a Harris victory means for them and for people like them.

Kamala Harris Made History, But U.S. Still Has A Long Way To Go For Women Of Color
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris speaks, Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020, in Wilmington, Del. AP Photo
Kamala Harris Made History, But U.S. Still Has A Long Way To Go For Women Of Color
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris speaks, Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020, in Wilmington, Del. AP Photo

Kamala Harris Made History, But U.S. Still Has A Long Way To Go For Women Of Color

Millions of Americans are glowing after the election because of what a Harris victory means for them and for people like them.

Sen. Kamala Harris has stood against racism and sexism, and made it to the other side of the barrier. Now, she’s making history as Vice President-elect — the first woman and woman of color to hold that position.

Reset talks to Atlantic contributing writer Jemele Hill for more on Harris’ historic win — and why commentators should avoid calling it evidence of a new reality for women of color.

GUEST: Jemele Hill, contributing writer for the Atlantic