Kamala Harris Hosts and Glamor Hosts Women’s History Brunch

Your return goes on like you stallion went viral for going through Kamala Harris’ house like a grave robber to her women’s history month brunch.

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What is Megan Thee Stallion, Nancy Pelosi, Lori Harvey, DeWanda Wise and Joy-Ann Reid have in common? They are all influential and pioneering women. Dozens of powerful women gathered at Vice President Harris’ home for a Women’s History Month brunch. During the event co-organized by Charm, Harris gave an impassioned speech focused on gender equity and economic equality.

“The economic empowerment of women is an investment in the future of our country. When you improve the economic status of women, you improve the economic status of families and communities, and all of society benefits,” Harris told his guests.

Attendees at Vice President Kamala Harris' Women's History Month Brunch

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The esteemed guest list included government leaders, journalists, actors, founders and activists. Also in attendance were NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Manager Sherrilyn Ifill, Ambassador Susan Rice, and Brother Vellies Designer and Fifteen Percent Pledge Founder Aurora James.

VP Kamala Harris & Glamour The Women’s History Brunch focused on building a better future

New mom and advocate for paid family leave Karine Garcia introduced Harris to speak. The silk-pressed politician praised Garcia for shining a light on the grueling, unpaid work that millions of parents, especially mothers, sacrifice to do.

“Karina, I want to thank you for the power of your voice and the phenomenal women you stood with on stage. The stories they told publicly about the experiences you each have had are heartbreaking and powerful, and it takes an incredible amount of courage for each of you to tell these stories that are so personal. But you are the reason we do what we do,” Harris said.

Charm introduced Garcia in the 28-day paid vacation project. The series also featured Tiffany Mrotek, Abi Akintolayo, and Shukura Wells.

Karina Garcia with Tiffany Mrotek, Abi Akintolayo and Shukura Wells

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Harris recognized the magazine for its long legacy of groundbreaking advocacy on vital economic issues.

“It was so wonderful to partner with Charm. What you and your team have done to highlight the importance of economic empowerment, and in particular paid time off, is so important,” she told a cheering crowd.

“This issue of paid family leave is a national issue in terms of the strength of our economy as a whole. And that’s why Congress needs to follow Nancy Pelosi’s word and pass paid family leave legislation.

Nancy Pelosi

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The Howard alum recognized the accomplished leaders around her for helping other girls and women follow in their footsteps.

“My mother had a lot of sayings. She said, “Kamala, you may be the first to do a lot of things. Make sure you’re not the last. Let’s continue to keep that path and that door open, and let’s make it bigger and wider for everyone who counts on us,” Harris continued.

Megan Thee Stallion, Lori Harvey, Nicole Ari Parker and More Bring Star Power to the Girl Power Celebration

From the Oscars to VP Harris’ Women’s History Month Brunch, Thee Stallion’s sightings go viral time after time. The internet couldn’t resist the rapper posing with the most powerful woman in the land.

The collection of influential women may seem random, but as powerful as they are, they still face the same struggles of systemic misogyny.

Check out more photos and posts from the star-studded event below.

Nicole Ari Parker

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Lori Harvey

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Megan you stallion

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Phoebe Robinson

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Kamala x Lori

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