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DL Hughley gives special message to black women, celebrating Kamala Harris being the VP pick, saying they asked for a seat at the table, and took it, adding that black men can learn a thing or two [VIDEO]

DL Hughley has a special message of congratulations to black women, after Kamala Harris was announced as Joe Biden's VP pick. He said black women asked for a seat at the table, and they took it. Hughley also added that black men can learn a thing or two from their female counterparts.

DL Hughley has a special message of congratulations to black women, after Kamala Harris was announced as Joe Biden's VP pick. He said black women asked for a seat at the table, and they took it. Hughley also added that black men can learn a thing or two from their female counterparts.By Bossyy
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Yesterday, history was made, when Joe Biden selected Kamala Harris as his running mate. While she is not the first female to be selected as a Vice Presidential pick, she is the first black woman, Indian-American, and Asian-American. Those latter two feats are firsts, overall.

If elected, Kamala Harris will be the first black woman to become Vice President of the United States. That is historic, and a long time coming, given the sacrifices black women have made for this country. None of this went unnoticed by DL Hughley.

Yesterday, on his radio show, DL Hughley offered a congratulations, not just to Kamala Harris, but all black women. Acknowledging this as a long time coming, Hughley said black women have asked for a seat at the table, and they now have it. The popular host also said black men can learn a thing, or two, from black women.

Watch the entire video below and see DL Hughley’s IG post below:

DL Hughley has a special message of congratulations to black women, after Kamala Harris was announced as Joe Biden's VP pick. He said black women asked for a seat at the table, and they took it. Hughley also added that black men can learn a thing or two from their female counterparts.

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