Why the Future is Female

Women have been at the forefront of the fight against climate change and in climate activism.

Why the Future is Female
U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris. Source: NPR.

The election of Kamala Harris as the first woman vice president in the United States has ushered in a new era. The future is for sure female, and 2020 ushers in a new era in female leadership. Women have historically borne the plight of a patriarchal society and have had to work twice as hard to prove themselves and their place in the world.

Kamala Harris: A Woman of Firsts

Kamala Harris is the first woman Vice President of the United States, the first woman of color to be Vice President, and the first woman of Indian and Jamaican descent to be Vice President. She is also all-American, having been born and raised in America. She is the symbol of diversity and is a living testament to how diversity can bring us together.

Vice-President Kamala Harris Opens the Floodgates for Women in Leadership Globally

Kamala Harris has opened the floodgates for women in global leadership and has asserted the role of women worldwide. In her victory speech, she said that she was the first but ‘not the last’ and that she was ‘standing on the shoulders’ of all women and especially women of color, who have been the backbone of society.