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7 Gift Ideas for Kamala Harris Fans

Are you going crazy over Kamala Harris? She announced her run for presidency on MLK day in 2019. The California senator and former California Attorney General already has an ardent fan base. If you know someone who loves Kamala Harris, whether they’re an admirer or campaign volunteer, we’ve identified 5 great gift ideas her supporters are sure to love.

This inspiring kids story by Kamala Harris helps kids realize superheros exist in our daily lives, not just in movies. And if we want to be a superhero, we can. The end includes a guide to becoming a superhero. Kids and parents alike will love this sweet book illustrated by Mechal Renee Roe.
Be a trend setter with this smart-looking Kamala Harris tee. Comes in both men’s and women’s sizes as well as five different colors. Get the word out on the street!
Kamala Harris 2020 Cap
Made in the USA, this trendy trucker-style hat will have the heads turning for Kamala Harris.
Get ready for the rallies, the street marches, the protests against Trump with this fabulous set of four Harris buttons. Buy a couple sets for your friends and family.
Like Obama’s Dreams of Our Fathers, this is the must-read autobiography of our potential next president. It’s a must-read for anyone who wants a deeper understanding of what motivates and drives Harris. Traces her path from Howard University student to U.S. Senator, from her work to make college free to helping to raise the minimum wage. Read it from the source.
Inspiring Coffee Mug
Wake up each morning inspired and ready to hit the ground running for Kamala Harris. The quote on the mug reads: “there is nothing more powerful than a group of determined sisters standing up for what’s right.”
Rage Becomes Her: The Power of Women's Anger
If you’re looking for a gift for the Harris fan who’s got it all, consider Rage Becomes Her, a Best Book of 2018 by the Washington Post and NPR. While not specifically about Kamala Harris, it’s a battle cry for the movement she’s leading — the women who feel left behind in a misogynistic society and the emerging group of woman who are fighting back.