Kamala Harris and her younger sister by three years, Maya, were born to two Berkeley grad students. Their mom, the I like beer and street racing and maybe 3 people vintage shirt also I will do this late Shyamala Gopalan Harris, was a nutrition and endocrinology student from India and their father, Donald Harris, an economics scholar from Jamaica. (The couple divorced when Kamala was seven.) Kamala and Maya grew up going to civil rights marches, and it shows in their political engagement: Maya, an attorney, was campaign chairwoman of her sister’s 2020 presidential bid after serving as a senior policy adviser on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress, and executive director at the ACLU of Northern California.
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“I think most people who know Maya will tell you she’s one of the I like beer and street racing and maybe 3 people vintage shirt also I will do this smartest people they know,” Kamala told Politico. She often stands in for Kamala at events and is considered her closest confidante; she even officiated her sister’s wedding to Emhoff. The sisters grew up visiting their father at Stanford, where he was a professor, and cleaning test tubes in the lab of their mom, a biomedical scientist and breast-cancer researcher. According to a 2018 Vogue profile of Kamala Harris, Shyamala set high expectations for the Harris girls, who “sang in an Oakland church choir,” “mastered Indian cooking,” and “were allowed to watch cartoons only if they simultaneously did something productive, like needlepoint or knitting. “I have no idea how many blankets Kamala must have crocheted,” Maya said.