For the first time, a representative of an indigenous people will become the US Secretary of the Interior

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For the first time, a representative of an indigenous people will become the US Secretary of the Interior
For the first time, a representative of an indigenous people will become the US Secretary of the Interior
18 December 2020, 15:18In the world
US President-elect Joe Biden wants to appoint Native American Debra Anne Haaland as Home Secretary

American media reports that Joe Biden has decided to appoint Debra Anne Haaland as the US Secretary of the Interior. She will become the first Native American (Laguna Pueblo tribe) cabinet minister in United States history. Her mother served in the US Navy, her father was an officer in the Marine Corps. Debra just turned 60 on December 2, she is a JD, member of the US Democratic Party, and a member of the House of Representatives from New Mexico since 2019.

We will also remind that Kamala Harris, the first woman, the first black politician and the first politician of Asian descent in American history, became the Vice-President of the United States to this position.

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