Indian American Senator Kamala Harris (D-Calif) is the ``politician women — and all Americans, for that matter — so desperately need,`` which is why she was honored as one of 2018`s `Glamour Women Of The Year` Nov. 12 in New York City. According to Glamour magazine, these women, which include actress Viola Davis, 97-year-old National Park Service Ranger Betty Reid Soskin, model-author Chrissy Teigen, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, young female activists of March for Our Lives, the women who took down Larry Nassar, Saudi Arabian women`s rights activist Manal al-Sharif, and singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe, ``aren`t waiting for the world to change; they`re getting the job done themselves. ``When Harris took the stage at Glamour`s 2018 `Women of the Year` Awards, she stressed the importance of one thing: truth, according to the magazine. She, reported Glamour, directed her acceptance speech at the women in the room, explaining the importance of speaking up in a nation that`s becoming increasingly divided in the face of political polarization. The truth and speaking it is a powerful thing. And speaking truth can often make people quite uncomfortable.