Priyanka wrote in the post, “To quote Ruth Bader Ginsburg, “Women belong in all the places where decisions are made. It shouldn’t be that women are an exception. Since the beginning, the world has weakened the power of women. We have been shunned and silenced, but thanks to the intimidation and tenacity of so many selfless women, we are in a place today where we can come together and work together to right the wrongs. This was a key takeaway from a conversation I had the honor of moderating with @vp, Kamala Harris at the Women’s Leadership Forum conference in Washington DC last night.
He added: “Over the past two years, humanity has experienced some of the greatest challenges we will see in our lifetimes. We have an urgent need for stability and progress and for an America that will go to the polls on November 8th. Everyone has a role to play in this… to be a part of the civic process and exercise the right to vote, especially for women, because we have to be actively involved in ensuring that our rights are taken care of.”
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Priyanka also shared an Instagram feed where she could be seen with South Asian members of Joe Biden’s administration. Part of her caption read: “I’ve struggled for years to find my place in America. When I was growing up, there weren’t many women, let alone South Asians, in positions of power in various media. Luckily, my parents and grandmother were part of the civil service in India, which gave me hope, but I was never sure, would I ever see the day when we got a seat at every table. Representation opens doors of opportunity for others to follow.”
Priyanka has international projects like It’s All Coming Back To Me and the series Citadel. Produced by the Russo Brothers, Citadel hits OTT on Prime Video. Talking about Bollywood, she will be seen in Farhan Akhtar’s Jee Le Zaraa opposite Alia Bhatt and Katrina Kaif. The film is expected to be released in the summer of 2023.