HOUSTON – A memorable day for many in the South Asian Houston community after Kamala Harris, the first Black woman of Jamaican and Indian descent, was sworn in as Vice President of the United States.
“Indian lady we are proud of her!” Mohammed Nadiadwala cheered outside the Keemat Grocers along Hillcroft.
In the Mahatma Ghandi District on the southwest side of Houston, some Houstonians celebrated the inauguration of VP Kamala Harris.
“I was very proud of her. Now she will do all good this for this country,” Nadiadwala said.
“A lot of people looking for her in the Jamaican community and the Indian community, I wish her all the best,” added Houstonian, Mary Shawn.
Business owner, Huma Moghul, watched her TV closely Wednesday morning.
She’s excited about the diversity coming into the White House, but also looks forward to many changes.
“We’ve seen a lot of great presidents, President Trump was amazing, as well, but this is the first time seeing a madame vice president of America so it’s a very, very happy moment for me,” said Moghul.