Vice President Kamala Harris to speak at South Carolina State University

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris speaks during the inaugural National Space Council meeting at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021. Harris announced the expansion of the National Space Council. Photographer: Shawn Thew/EPA/Bloomberg


Vice President Kamala Harris is visiting Orangeburg county to speak today at South Carolina State University’s Fall Convocation.

Harris is set to speak at 1 p.m to address students and faculty in officially welcoming the largest freshman class in 15 years to the campus for the fall semester. This will be her second time visiting the University since 2019 during a campaign. 

“South Carolina State University is honored to welcome Vice President Harris back to our campus,” SC State President Alexander Conyers said. “Her visit is a golden opportunity for our students to hear directly from the highest-ranking woman in this nation’s history. Her achievements are motivational for all of us at SC State, especially for our young minority women.

Today at noon, Harris spoke to selected students about mental health and other critical social issues among young Americans, according to the University itinerary. 

To watch the convocation live, visit  LIVE: Vice-President Kamala Harris speaks at South Carolina State 




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