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The Truths We Hold
The Truths We Hold: An American Journey | Kamala Harris
From one of America's most inspiring political leaders, a book about the core truths that unite us, and the long struggle to discern what those truths are and how best to act upon them, in her own life and across the life of our country. Senator Kamala Harris's commitment to speaking truth is informed by her upbringing. The daughter of immigrants, she was raised in an Oakland, California community that cared deeply about social justice; her parents--an esteemed economist from Jamaica and an admired cancer researcher from India--met as activists in the civil rights movement when they were graduate students at Berkeley. Growing up, Harris herself never hid her passion for justice, and when she became a prosecutor out of law school, a deputy district attorney, she quickly established herself as one of the most innovative change agents in American law enforcement. She progressed rapidly to become the elected District Attorney for San Francisco, and then the chief law enforcement officer of the state of California as a whole. Known for bringing a voice to the voiceless, she took on the big banks during the foreclosure crisis, winning a historic settlement for California's working families. Her hallmarks were applying a holistic, data-driven approach to many of California's thorniest issues, always eschewing stale "tough on crime" rhetoric as presenting a series of false choices. Neither "tough" nor "soft" but smart on crime became her mantra. Being smart means learning the truths that can make us better as a community, and supporting those truths with all our might. That has been the pole star that guided Harris to a transformational career as the top law enforcement official in California, and it is guiding her now as a transformational United States Senator, grappling with an array of complex issues that affect her state, our country, and the world, from health care and the new economy to immigration, national security, the opioid crisis, and accelerating inequality. By reckoning with the big challenges we face together, drawing on the hard-won wisdom and insight from her own career and the work of those who have most inspired her, Kamala Harris offers in THE TRUTHS WE HOLD a master class in problem solving, in crisis management, and leadership in challenging times. Through the arc of her own life, on into the great work of our day, she communicates a vision of shared struggle, shared purpose, and shared values. In a book rich in many home truths, not least is that a relatively small number of people work very hard to convince a great many of us that we have less in common than we actually do, but it falls to us to look past them and get on with the good work of living our common truth. When we do, our shared effort will continue to sustain us and this great nation, now and in the years to come.
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lowellette
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Harris would have been an interesting candidate to battle Trump. She comes across as ambitious, hardworking, willing to try new approaches, and compassionate here.

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sprainedbrain
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So, today was hard. 😞

wanderinglynn So hard. And an excellent reason why our electoral system needs to be revamped. You shouldn‘t have to be a billionaire or raise billions to run for office. 3mo
Nutmegnc I love her. 😢 3mo
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sprainedbrain @Nutmegnc She is amazing! 3mo
Nutmegnc @sprainedbrain I hope we continue to see her do big things. 3mo
4thhouseontheleft I agree. 😢 3mo
sprainedbrain @Nutmegnc I am sure we will, but this still hurts more than I was expecting. 😕 3mo
KatieDid927 Yes 💔 3mo
EKonrad 😢😢😢 3mo
Chrissyreadit It was. 3mo
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JenReadsAlot
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I thought this was pretty good. I was intrigued by her after the first debate and wanted to learn more.
#nfnov
@Clwojick @rsteve388

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rsteve388
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This was an interesting read about a potential presidential democratic nominee. I came away having a better understanding of her passions and her values. But i also came away with doubt about her presidential campagin as it stands right now.

I think Kamala will make a great president one day. Just not now. Her work with Cory Booker around reperations is vital and important and i hope she puts real effort there.

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Zoes_Human
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1) The Other Mrs. Miller by Allison Dickson because it's the first big-house published book by a friend. Despite loving all her indy work, I'm terrified I won't like it, which is silly.

2)It by Stephen King

3) 14,295 Yep, totally aware of the biological impossibility of this at age 47.

4) The Truths We Hold: An American Journey (tagged), just last month, getting ready for the primaries ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

5) Newbie here, what's a litten, am I a litten?

againsthesky19 Yes, and welcome! You‘re a litten now🥰 6mo
Zoes_Human @againsthesky19 Thank you. And thank you! 6mo
Eggs You are officially Litten!!!👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 so you know lit-speak right?! 6mo
Eggs Welcome 🤗🌺💗 and thanks for playing #wondrouswednesday!! 6mo
Zoes_Human @Eggs Nooo! I mean, I think no. Is there a dictionary or shall I just pick it up as I go? (And thank you!) 6mo
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KerryLibME
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When you break through a glass ceiling, you are going to get cut, and it‘s going to hurt. It is not without pain. #readthecandidates

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krayoncolorz
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Spent the day reading books all day long! I finished Kamala Harris‘ “The Truths We Hold. I liked the book. It is very policy heavy and a bit scattered at times but overall I found it enjoyable. What I took away from the book is no matter the pushback she receives, whether Republican or Democrat she is going to do what she believes is best for the people.

For my #BFCr2 challenge I got my pushups in. Sundays are rest days. #ReadTheCandidates

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LoverofLit
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Harris's book was much more solid political policy than personal backstory which made this read heavy and at times heartbreaking. The statistics were so sad at certain parts. She was the only cantidate so far to mention mental health reform, which is near to my heart. I started trying to listen to this one but her delivery was SO monotone, I switched to print and enjoyed it much better that way. #ReadTheCandidates

krayoncolorz I‘m currently listening and her reading style isn‘t as enjoyable after my last book, Becoming by Michelle Obama. But I do like the policies she hits on and the way she chooses to fight for the people. I‘m trying to listen/read all the books of people running for President. 8mo
LoverofLit @krayoncolorz Me too! If you search the hashtag #ReadTheCantidates it's all the Littens who are reading books by each political candidate. My favorite so far was Elizabeth Warren, which really surprised me. I really want some younger blood in the WH but after reading hers, I'd vote for her in a heartbeat. 8mo
krayoncolorz Oh cool thanks! New to Litsy and trying to figure it out! I love Warren! Still need to read her books. I would love a Warren/Harris ticket 😄 8mo
LoverofLit @krayoncolorz Apparently I've been spelling candidates wrong my ENTIRE LIFE 😅😅 The actual hashtag is #ReadTheCandidates and I would be so excited for a Warren/Harris ticket! 8mo
krayoncolorz @LoverofLit haha didn‘t even catch that spelling. Look forward to scrolling through. Thank you!! 8mo
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LoverofLit
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93 percent! That's beyond ridiculous.

Eyelit Absolutely! 9mo
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Lea
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I really enjoyed learning about Harris‘ life, family and policy. She‘s candid and interesting. I‘m a little bias since I‘m #KamalaHarris2020 but it did tell me more than I knew before. #readwomen #readthecanidates #librarybook

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BarbaraTheBibliophage
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I‘ve been a big Kamala (said comma-la) fan since the Kavanaugh hearings. Her tenacity in questioning those appearing before Senate committees is practically legendary. She‘d better be good at it—she‘s been a lawyer for decades. Her memoir fills in details about her family and childhood. But mostly why she fights for what she does.

Full review www.TheBibliophage.com
#thebibliophage2019 #readingthecandidates #nonfiction2019 #somethingwithpolitics

Riveted_Reader_Melissa That‘s exactly when she hit my radar too! So good at asking tough and important questions. 11mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @Riveted_Reader_Melissa Yup! I linked to her questions of William Barr for Attorney General in my review. Just because I didn‘t want to watch Kavanaugh. 😝 11mo
UwannaPublishme Yay Kamala! And yay to you for another great review. 🙌🏻 11mo
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BarbaraTheBibliophage
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My next Scribd listen. Really, I‘m just copy catting @Riveted_Reader_Melissa since she just finished it. And it‘s my first selection in #readthecandidates. @MelissaSue81

kstadt929 I recently picked this one up at the library and haven‘t gotten to it yet! 11mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa I liked it, I thought it summed up the big issues really well, and where she was historically with them. 11mo
krayoncolorz I‘m reading this now. Really good book on policy issues. 8mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage @krayoncolorz I thought so too. Plus it gives you a sense of who she is. I‘m reading an Elizabeth Warren right now. You can follow #readthecandidates for more, similar reviews. 8mo
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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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“Yet these relationships mean that banks are still deeply intertwined with the riskier loans they say they swore off after the financial crisis.”

As long as their bottom line grows! 🙄

#ReadTheCandidates

Again I found this section about the housing crisis very interesting after just finishing The Color of Law with @BarbaraTheBibliophage
#NFBuddyRead

BarbaraTheBibliophage Yeah, I had so much more understanding of her points because of The Color of Law. Cannot WAIT to hear Rothstein in person. Just 10 days away. Are you still planning to go? 11mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage Yes! I was just thinking I should buy the book in a print copy so he can sign it. 11mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage And yes, I read The Big Short in 2016 and then reading this one after The Color of Law was just perfect timing. 11mo
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Having read The Big Short before the last Presidential election as part of my prep, and reading The Color of Law just prior, and how some communities were specifically targeted, I found this section from her viewpoint as enforcing the law in California at the time, very VERY interesting.
#ReadTheCandidates
#NFBuddyRead
#Nonfiction2019

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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About trying to get the banks to come to at least a reasonable settlement after the housing crisis.

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Riveted_Reader_Melissa
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This book gives you a good view of her background, family, and how she was raised, with the current issues of the day highlighted and where she stands on those issues, and what in her life and career backs up her belief in those issues. Pretty ingenious way to make it a memoir, and a “I‘m a person of action not just talk” by talking about the policy and her personal history on that particular issue.
#ReadTheCandidates
#Nonfiction2019

BarbaraTheBibliophage Great review! I need to get rolling on #readthecandidates! 12mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage I definitely won‘t read them all, but this one was on Scribd, so I got to listen to her read it with the ebook from the library. 12mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage I think we have a Warren on our collective Mount TBR nonfiction long list, maybe we‘ll go with that one after White Rage, so May I think? If I‘m remembering where we scheduled out to correctly...🤔 12mo
BarbaraTheBibliophage I couldn‘t find it on Scribd before—now I see it. Definitely listening to this next! I‘m all for a Warren after White Rage. I‘ll have to look and see which one(s) I have. 12mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa @BarbaraTheBibliophage I think A Fighting Chance is on our collective list, but I wouldn‘t mind reading her newer one either...eventually. 12mo
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JoyBlue
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Part bio, part policy, part social justice, this isn't the most inspired/inspiring such book I've read in the last few years, yet above average. Generally, I like Harris' philosophy, compassion, and determination. Definitely recommend.

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This was less memoir and more outline of her platform for her presidential campaign. Harris touched on lots of important issues and I agree with her on most. She has been a champion for women, children, immigration, prison reform. She is definitely someone I admire and respect.
However, I was hoping this book would be more personal. She shared some anecdotes about her life, but I was looking for insight into her as a person
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TheBookbabeblog84 Have you read her other book?! 12mo
sammisho @TheBookbabeblog84 I have not. Should I??!! 12mo
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TheBookbabeblog84 I haven‘t read it. But it‘s on my list for this month - I think it‘s a bit more of a memoir. 12mo
sammisho @TheBookbabeblog84 Maybe I will give it a try! 12mo
KendylChamberlain You should do your research on her, I am from the central valley in cali, she slept and bribed her way to where she is and she is NOT liked here. These are not secrets, she is very proud of the way she carries herself. Its appalling! People are already writing about her many affairs. I dont mean to be so abrupt on your page, but it really upsets me that more people dont know her level of corruption and immortality. She will NEVER be President 11mo
sammisho @KendylChamberlain Hi! Welcome to Litsy! This is the most welcoming, open minded, accepting and empowering place on the internet and I hope you find your people here. I have done my research on Harris and I have found that she has implemented some great programs and policies. I also find the attitude that slept her way to the top very misogynistic. 11mo
sammisho @KendylChamberlain I am currently reading a book about the life of Cleopatra, and the idea that if a women owns her worth, is outspoken, educated, successful, she must of used her magical seductive powers to get there, has been around for centuries. It makes me sad that in 2019, as a society, we are still using that type of propaganda to put down women. 11mo
LoverofLit @sammisho ❤❤❤ Well said. This one is on my list and I'm excited to read this one and her other book as well! 11mo
KendylChamberlain Are we really proud of elevating women to power that have no morals? As if to say having multiple affairs and sleeping her way to the too is acceptable? It is not. There are plenty of respected women out there that can be uplifting and bring other respectable women with them along the way. We have an obligation to have higher standards. She does not rate. She will NEVER be president. She is NOT worthy to the office. 11mo
sammisho @KendylChamberlain I don't care how many people anyone sleeps with, man or woman. And this is bigger than Harris. This is about how we discuss any successful woman. Saying someone slept their way to the top is demeaning. We will just have to agree to disagree. Again, I hope you find Litsy to be as lovely as a place as I have. ✌💕 11mo
LoverofLit @KendylChamberlain You've made your opinion known and stated it multiple times. Litsy is a place to foster community around books. Welcome and I'd ask for you to move along and try to spread some joy! 😊❤ 11mo
KendylChamberlain Wait!! So the fact that she had multiple affairs with MARRIED men doesn‘t bother you but me calling her out on her down ward moral compass does?? Holy Crap!! I think I now understand what everyone is talking about!!! You have your integrity turned around!! This woman does NOT deserve your misguided loyalty! She is PATHETIC! She IS what we SHOULD be talking about! Woman CAN and ARE successful WITHOUT pulling their pants down to move up!! 11mo
KendylChamberlain I have been on Litsy for years now, just been very quite! I wont be now. 11mo
KendylChamberlain @LoverofLit um no need to welcome me as I have been here for years. And just WTF are you to tell me to move along on someone elses page! Maybe I hit a nerve? Are you also such a feminist that you cannot see this woman INSULTS us? She is worthless and will NEVER amount to anything other than a laughing stock with NO class or tact! She is the butt of congress. Again, do NOT address me, you can “move along”.... (edited) 11mo
LoverofLit @KendylChamberlain This is a close personal friend of mine who doesn't deserve your abrasive and insulting comments on her post. You have chosen to comment on her page in a public forum so I absolutely have the right to tell you to politely move on. Her and myself have both been very polite and kind in our disagreement with your opinion while you've been nothing but combative. I'm going to ask you again to move along or I'll report and block you. 11mo
sammisho @KendylChamberlain Not sure what else there is to say. I think its a good idea for us to move on. Litsy is a positive place. Lets keep it that way! 11mo
TheHeartlandBookFairy Litsy is definitely a positive place and although we all have differing opinions and that's what makes it interesting, I think there are times that we need to agree to disagree. @KendylChamberlain , the over use of all capitalized words is tatamount to screaming your opinion as opposed to politely voicing your opinion. But that's just my opinion ☺️ 11mo
Chelleo Thanks for your review and for your positivity. Sorry it‘s not being reciprocated. We can agree to disagree without being disagreeable. 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Chelleo true, very true.... 11mo
cathysaid @sammisho Following as a show of support and to prove that the abuse you are experiencing here is not the norm. Nothing at all wrong with disagreement...in fact, it‘s healthy...but this isn‘t healthy. This person is acting like a toddler with raging diaper rash who hasn‘t yet learned how to use her words. Block and move on! Remember, “when someone shows you who they are the first time, believe them.” 11mo
jpmcwisemorgan How we talk about successful women is an excellent point - it‘s a cycle a lot of us fall into and if we want to change it we have to be aware of it. 11mo
LoverofLit @jpmcwisemorgan Wonderfully said ❤ 11mo
tracyrowanreads Wow @KendylChamberlain you sure do hate Ms Harris. But as this forum is about books, not politics, maybe take it to Twitter or Facebook, or some sub-reddit where that much venom is more appreciated? 11mo
tracyrowanreads @jpmcwisemorgan Excellent point. Thank you. 11mo
jpmcwisemorgan @tracyrowanreads @LoverofLit I think politics are ok here if people can be polite and know when to stop. There are books posted here that are political in nature. It‘s also ok to say, hey, this person has behaved in a way that I find to be personally morally/ethically unacceptable and that‘s why I won‘t support them, read their book, etc. The larger issue is how we talk about powerful women compared to men in the same position. 11mo
jpmcwisemorgan @tracyrowanreads @LoverofLit The problem is that sometimes people don‘t know how to do this or when to stop. And a person in this thread was asked to stop and decided they didn‘t need to, and that‘s frequently a problem online. I‘m sorry it‘s found it‘s way to Litsy. 11mo
LoverofLit @jpmcwisemorgan Completely agree. Political discourse is necessary to educate ourselves and others and when done respectfully. I was here at the beginning of this thread trying to diffuse the situation but alas, the person didn't seem to care to be polite or kind. In those cases it's normally best to try not to engage and move on. 11mo
jpmcwisemorgan @LoverofLit That‘s why I‘ve not tagged them. That‘s really my plan of engagement across social media - you want to rant and scream, cool, but I‘m going to engage with everyone else and leave you alone. And now I really want to read this book so I‘m going to see if I can get it audio. 11mo
tracyrowanreads @jpmcwisemorgan I would never dream I'm trying to stymie intelligent and courteous discourse, political or otherwise. Alas, the comments in question were neither intelligent nor courteous, nor particularly related to the book in question. I can't help but feel that books should be our primary focus with the political implications of those books as part of the whole. 11mo
tracyrowanreads Dream of. Ugh, autocorrect... 11mo
Booksnchill Peace be with us all- read on in positivity and know you are supported! 11mo
sammisho @Booksnchill @jpmcwisemorgan @tracyrowanreads @LoverofLit @cathysaid @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Chelleo @TheHeartlandBookFairy ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ 11mo
TheHeartlandBookFairy Book lovers United! Women supporting women, building them up not tearing them down! ☺️ 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @cathysaid I‘m glad they have the blocking option working!! This is ridiculous!! 11mo
tracyrowanreads @sammisho 😊😊😊 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @sammisho 😘😘😘😘🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 11mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @TheHeartlandBookFairy yes!!!! 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻 11mo
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Melismatic
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I have mixed feelings - I wish this read more as a memoir but it felt more like one big long stump speech for President. 🤷🏻‍♀️ I definitely learned a lot more about her though.

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Christine
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I‘d known little about Harris, though I‘ve lived in CA for many years (in part bc I don‘t vote in CA due to my husband being a uniformed service federal employee). After reading this, I‘m a fan. Her dedication to criminal justice reform means a lot to me, and it seems like she has tons to offer as a legislator and leader. (Re: the pic, the husband worked on a project with her office; we‘ve never met her, but got on the 🎄card list, I guess. 😉)

WhatDeeReads I have this on hold at the library. 13mo
Christine @WhatDeeReads I hope you enjoy it, too! 13mo
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RowReads1
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This is an interesting article.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/kamala-harris-is-wrong-we-need-both-scie...

My posting of this article is in no way a commentary on my opinion of Kamala Harris.

It‘s taken out of context anyway😜.

CSeydel I found this troubling: “No one can even tell what‘s real anymore, and what matters is just how something makes us feel — which is why we need better stories” 13mo
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This has been my least favorite #readthecandidates book so far. I think Kamala Harris is smart, and tough as nails, but this book was very scattered. I felt like she pointed out a million problems, but didn‘t really offer much in the way of solutions. I definitely will read more on her platform as she solidifies it, but my gut feeling right now is that she is just not quite ready to run for President yet.

Reggie I was so behind her when I saw her on The View but then she went on Racheal Maddow and she lost a bit of luster for me. 13mo
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Latrelwhite
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Starting this gem today!!!😀💕

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farre
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If you are curious about Kamala at all, this is a must read. She dives into her policy ideas.

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Melismatic
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Excited to jump right in! I‘ve already read one of Elizabeth Warren‘s books... Gillibrand is on deck... #ReadTheCandidates @MelissaSue81

MelissaSue81 Thanks for joining in! I am actually reading this one currently too. 13mo
BookishMarginalia I did the audiobook and really enjoyed it. 13mo
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sprainedbrain
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This came in the mail today... I was excited, but I didn‘t order it. My nearly 19-year-old son, who wishes he could vote for Hillary Clinton, ordered it. He said I could read it when he‘s done. I‘m a proud mom. ❤️

Julsmarshall Well done, Mom! 13mo
RebL 🙌🏼👍🏼👩‍👦✔️ 13mo
Currey 👏🏻 👏🏻 13mo
Paula3 Can't wait to vote for her 13mo
Reggie Oh, I hope she runs. And good job momma!! 13mo
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SumisBooks
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This is an amazing idea!
Boctok over to her page for more information 🤗
Repost #ReadTheCandidates @MelissaSue81

MelissaSue81 Thanks for sharing! 13mo
SumisBooks @MelissaSue81 you are most welcome sweetheart. It is a very wonderful idea ❤️💕 13mo
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reluctantangeleno
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Went to see Kamala Harris speak about her new book this afternoon and the ticket included a copy! I honestly haven't seen any good reviews - most of them say it's a fluffy "campaign book", making a case for why she'd be a good president. Most likely not gonna read this any time soon. ?‍♀️

MCYmermaid How was the event? 13mo
reluctantangeleno @MCYmermaid It was fun! I don't think she's as well-spoken as some other politician-writers (ahem, #elizabethwarren!), but she's a force to be reckoned with for sure! 13mo
BookishMarginalia I really enjoyed the audiobook. 13mo
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WanderingBookaneer
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@Riveted_Reader_Melissa , it seems like your reading challenge and I are getting along well. I have already completed 6 categories. #Nonfiction2019

*Something with History: The Gulf by Jack E. David
*Something Written by a P.o.C.: Becoming by Michelle Obama
*Something with an Unlikable Character: How to Be Alone by Lane Moore
*Something from Another Point of View: The Nordic Theory of Everything by Anu Partanen
*Something Written by a Woman: tag

gradcat Cool! 😎👍 13mo
BookishlyPleasant Fellow bullet journaler? :D 13mo
Riveted_Reader_Melissa Great! That was the idea! So glad you are having fun with it. You‘ll have coverall in no time at this rate! 13mo
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Kaye Wow. Must be nice ! 13mo
CouronneDhiver Oh wow. It‘s exactly the opposite of BBQ weather here. ❄️❄️❄️ Consider yourself a lucky ducky 13mo
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nomadreader
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Iowa's 2020 caucus season is beginning, and so is my political listening.

MicheleinPhilly I do not envy folks that live in Iowa or New Hampshire. I can only imagine how exhausting it must be. 13mo
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Kamala Harris just dropped some truths in her new memoir, making her our #writercrushwednesday today! ❤️❤️❤️ In The Truths We Hold, Harris delves into her upbringing with immigrant parents, her rise in the political ranks to Senator, and her thoughts about current social topics. 📕 Find it on the main floor new nonfiction table!

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Kenny
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This feels like the right bookmark for The Truths We Hold, don‘t you think? I highly recommend going to a bookstore today and getting this book. I‘m loving it so much. #ForThePeople

Traci1 😍 excellent choice! 13mo
TheWordJar Very excited to read this one! And a more perfect bookmark is not possible. 😍 13mo
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Liberty
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HEY HEY look what just arrived! This book is also out today. 📚❤️📚

nomadreader I squealed when my Audible pre-order arrived this morning. I'd completely forgotten about it! 13mo
sprainedbrain Super excited for this one! 13mo
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