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What Does Kamala Harris's Vice Presidential Win Mean To You?

A herstoric moment indeed.

On Saturday, Nov. 7, Kamala Harris made history when she became the first woman, Black person, and person of South Asian heritage elected vice president of the United States.

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on stage making a speech after winning the election

Over the weekend, people reacted to this herstoric moment in many powerful ways, and honestly, it's hard not to feel overwhelmed by the groundbreaking news.

Jailyn Banks and King M (C-R) and others celebrate as President-elect Joe Biden arrives on stage at the Chase Center to address the nation on November 07, 2020 in Wilmington, Delaware

So I want to ask you, dear reader: What does Kamala Harris's vice presidential win mean to you?

@KamalaHarris / Via Twitter: @KamalaHarris

Are you excited for young people to finally see a woman in this high position of power, hoping that it'll normalize gender equality in the US?

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris takes a selfie with a young girl after participating in the annual Pride Parade

Does Harris's win make you believe that people *do* have the power to make great changes, and that our voices matter?

People celebrate the presidential election results on Grand Avenue near Lake Merritt in Oakland

Or does her new role finally make you feel seen in this country, knowing that BIPOC representation is extremely important?

Philadelphians celebrate President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris's electoral victory

Everyone's story is different, and we want to hear yours! Tell us what Kamala Harris's historic vice presidential win means to you in the comments below.

The best submissions will be featured in a BuzzFeed Community post!