February, 2021, will be remembered during Black History Month for years to come. This is not a political post but the result of President Biden’s promise to have a cabinet that “looks like America.” Kamala Harris, first and foremost is his choice for VP. Not only is she African American, she’s Southeast Asian American. Adewale “Wally” Adeyemo, Deputy Treasury Secretary, making the Nigerian-born the first Black person to ever serve in that role. Gen. Lloyd Austin, Secretary of Defense, the first Black to hold that position. Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, vice chair of the Democratic National Committee. Kirsten Clarke, Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division. Ashley Etienne, Kamala Harris’ Chief Communications Director. Tina Flournoy, Vice President’s Chief Of Staff. Rep. Marcia Fudge, Housing and Urban Development. Joelle Gamble, National Economic Council. Shuwanza Goff, Deputy Director Of The White House Office Of Legislative Affairs.