The historic selection of Senator Kamala Harris, as the first Black woman and Asian American woman to be a major party’s vice presidential nominee, has sent ripples throughout the American landscape. UCLA’s Newsroom, recently asked UCLA Faculty to share their insights on this historic selection.
The following faculty members and center directors from the UCLA Division of Social Sciences were quoted:
Natalie Masuoka, Associate Professor of Political Science and Asian American Studies;
Grace Kyungwon Hong, Director of the UCLA Center for the Study of Women and Professor of Asian American Studies;
Sonja Diaz, Founding Executive Director of The Latino Policy and Politics Initiative at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs;
Juliette Williams, Professor of Gender Studies; and
Ellen DuBois, Professor Emerita of History.
To read the UCLA Newsroom article written by Jessica Wolf, click HERE.