Vice president returns to North Carolina to promote minority investment

Vice President Kamala Harris speaks at Durham’s historic “Black Wall Street” about a $92 million federal initiative intended to help entrepreneurs and small businesses. (White House photo)

Vice President Kamala Harris visited North Carolina Friday for the tenth time during her term. She spoke to a crowd on West Parish Street, part of Durham’s historic “Black Wall Street.” The speech was a part of her “Investing in America Tour,” and she talked about the Biden Administration’s support for historically underserved small businesses and entrepreneurs.

Carolina Connection’s Hamsini Sivakumar joins us now from the scene.

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