By Sam Bojarski
Kamala Harris may have spent much of her formative years with her Indian-American mother.
Yet, her roots to the Caribbean run deep — both personally and through policy positions that affect immigrants from the region.
The Democratic vice presidential nominee’s father, who is a Jamaica native, exposed Harris and her younger sister to Caribbean life and culture when the girls were very young, according to published reports. Harris’s recent political record as a California Senator and presidential candidate shows strong support for issues that impact Caribbean Americans, such as immigration reform.
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