How Black women paved the way for Kamala Harris’ political rise

California Senator Kamala Harris made history this week by becoming the first woman of color to accept the Democratic nomination for vice president. A recent article by Associated Press national race and ethnicity writer Kat Stafford explores how generations of Black women cleared a path for Harris’ achievement. Stafford joined CBSN to discuss her reporting.

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