Always Intersectional... Always Overlooked

Kamala Harris first received national attention when Peter Byrne wrote a 2003 profile piece on her, entitled Kamala’s Karma, which documented her career up to that point. She had been seeing success in the then-ongoing election for San Francisco District Attorney. The piece covered how while her rivals largely shared her platform, they still attempted to hurt her through sexist optics. They implied that due to a political appointment she received from mayor Willie Brown while the two were dating, she had gotten where she was due to a patronage appointment. A more repugnant version of this narrative has recently been revisited by specific news outlets and I am totally willing to bet on the b

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