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Sen. Kamala Harris of California officially became the Democratic Party’s vice presidential nominee Wednesday night, making history as the first Black woman and Asian American on a major party’s presidential ticket.

Harris, the child of Jamaican and Indian immigrants, accepted her party’s nomination with a blistering speech that capped a star-studded night of programming on Night 3 of the virtual Democratic National Convention, during which former President Barack Obama attacked his successor with unusual force.

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