The history of Charles Curtis, the first Vice President of color

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When she's Inaugurated on Wednesday, Kamala Harris will make history, as the first woman to become vice president. But she won't be the first person of color to hold that office. That distinction belongs to Vice President Charles Curtis, who was sworn in 92 years ago. "CBS This Morning: Saturday" co-host Michelle Miller has his story.