A striking illustration showing Kamala Harris walking alongside a young Ruby Bridges, the first Black student to integrate an elementary school in the South, has gone viral with Harris’s projection to be the first woman and woman of color to serve as vice president of the United States.
The illustration shows Harris wearing a suit and walking with a briefcase in hand next to a silhouette of Bridges as she was depicted by artist Normal Rockwell in his famous painting “The Problem We All Live With.”
The painting, which Rockwell made in 1964, showed Bridges as she walked to school in 1960 on her first day at a once segregated elementary school in Louisiana.
Sixty years later, San Francisco-based artist Bria Goeller used the image of Bridges to help show how Harris, a current U.S. senator from California and former California attorney general, has moved forward.
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