1. Read 'em and Veep: History has Kamala Harris in its sights  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. Kamala Harris's Indian ancestral village celebrate her win as US vice president-elect  ABC News
  3. Scoring A Win: Mary J. Blige, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty, And More Provide Biden-Harris Victory Music  Vanity Fair
  4. "Wish Donald Trump Was My Nephew": Kamala Harris' Uncle Pokes Fun  NDTV
  5. Biden, Harris address the nation, promise inclusivity  Al Jazeera English
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The Vice-President-elect will attract much greater scrutiny than any of her predecessors, and not just because of her gender or ethnicity.The Vice-President-elect will attract much greater scrutiny than any of her predecessors, and not just because of her gender or ethnicity.

South Asian Americans took to Twitter to celebrate Kamala Harris' historic win. "Crying and holding my daughter, 'look baby, she looks like us,'" actress Mindy Kaling tweeted.

Desi Twitter bursts with pride over Kamala Harris as VP-elect

As the United States' new vice-president elect addressed the nation on Saturday evening, she made a point to address young women of colour, specifically. Kamala Harris' message of hope resonated strongly with many women in the city she once called home.As the United States' new vice-president elect addressed the nation on Saturday evening, she made a point to address young women of colour, specifically. Kamala Harris' message of hope resonated strongly with many women in the city she once called home.

'I think she gave hope:' Kamala Harris' victory speech resonates with Montreal's women of colour | CTV News

Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], November 9 (ANI): US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has achieved what she wanted to do, according to her maternal aunt Sarala Gopalan who lauded the Democrat for the poll victory.Chennai (Tamil Nadu) [India], November 9 (ANI): US Vice President-elect Kamala Harris has achieved what she wanted to do, according to her maternal aunt Sarala Gopalan who lauded the Democrat for the poll victory.

Kamala Harris achieved what she wanted to do, says aunt

From spilling the beans on her favourite North Indian and South Indian dishes to revealing what she eats for breakfast and how she took care of her mental health on the campaign trail, the first black woman Vice President of the US - Kamala Harris has fans hooked over her lifestyle choicesFrom spilling the beans on her favourite North Indian and South Indian dishes to revealing what she eats for breakfast and how she took care of her mental health on the campaign trail, the first black woman Vice President of the US - Kamala Harris has fans hooked over her lifestyle choices

Kamala Harris recommends ‘a hearty breakfast’ for women, reveals her favourite Indian dishes - more lifestyle - Hindustan Times

With the announcement that Joe Biden is the projected winner of the U.S. presidential election, Montreal pride has been rolling in on social media as locals show love for projected vice-president Kamala Harris who spent formative years living in our city. This is especially true when it comes to Harris' alma mater: Westmount High School, which took to Twitter to congratulate Harris on her success. But the English Montreal School Board — which encompasses Westmount High, a public school on Rue Saint-Catherine Ouest — just topped them by posting Kamala Harris' old yearbook photos from the year she graduated grade 11 in 1981. Editor's Choice: Montreal Pride Is Rolling In For Projected VP-Elect Kamala Harris On Twitter “ I used to joke that I felt like a duck because all day long at our new school I'd be saying 'Quoi? Quoi? Quoi?' Kamala Harris, discussing her time in Montreal in her memoir The English Montreal School Board captioned the photos "Congratulations to Westmount High School alumna Kamala Harris on being elected #VicePresident of the #UnitedStates! You are an inspiration to all of our students!"⁠⠀ The yearbook is titled "VOX DUCUM '81" and shows a young Kamala Harris smiling amongst her classmates. If you scroll through, you can also see what she chose for her cherished memories, her description of happiness, and favourite pastime (spoiler: it's dancing with her disco dance troupe Super Six).   Her favourite expression was, "Naw, I'm just playing!" and she thanked her mother. Harris is expected to make history as she's set to become the first female vice-president as well as the first Black and first South Asian vice-president of the U.S., meaning these Westmount High yearbook photos will become historical artifacts documenting her journey from Westmount to the White House.Who knew the young woman in the photos would be set to become vice-president of the US?

Kamala Harris' Montreal High School Posted Her Yearbook Photos From 1981 - MTL Blog

Kamala Harris's Canadian classmates celebrate after her vice-presidential win - PrinceGeorgeMatters.com

'There's a woman in the White House who came to Montreal, who was educated at a public high school in Montreal, who experienced what my students experience'

Westmount High celebrates alumna Harris becoming U.S. vice-president elect | Montreal Gazette

Westmount High celebrates alumna Harris becoming U.S. vice-president elect

Westmount High celebrates alumna Harris becoming U.S. vice-president elect | Montreal Gazette

Harris spent five years living in Montreal and graduated from Westmount High in 1981.Harris spent five years living in Montreal and graduated from Westmount High in 1981.

MONTREAL — Kamala Harris became the first woman and first person of colour elected vice-president of the United States on Saturday, a victory that holds a special meaning for her former schoolmates . . .MONTREAL — Kamala Harris became the first woman and first person of colour elected vice-president of the United States on Saturday, a victory that holds a special meaning for her former schoolmates . . .

Kamala Harris's Canadian classmates celebrate after her vice-presidential win | Times Colonist

Harris, 56, lived briefly in Montreal and graduated from Westmount High School in 1981.Harris, 56, lived briefly in Montreal and graduated from Westmount High School in 1981.

Kamala Harris’s Canadian classmates celebrate after her vice presidential win - Montreal | Globalnews.ca