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Biden’s Pick of Kamala Harris Doesn’t Absolve America of Its Sins Against Black Women

‘Biden’s choice is not an absolution, it is the blooming of seeds planted by our ancestors. I just hope it ends up being one hell of a harvest.’

Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris
Former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris. (Photo: courtesy of joebiden.com)

The denigration and sexualization of Black women has been unapologetically tolerated since African people were brought here as slaves in 1619.

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Written by Kai McGee

Kai McGee is a writer whose work has appeared in Condé Nast Traveler, Hello Giggles and Motherwell, among other publications. Kai is also a breast cancer survivor who actively volunteers with The American Cancer Society’s: Reach to Recovery program. When she’s not writing, she enjoys photography and lazy mornings in bed watching the food network. Follow her on Instagram @onanaturalkai.