TALLAHASSEE, FL — Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to Tallahassee this Sunday is spreading inspiration and cheer for the organization she joined as a student at Howard University.

The members of Alpha-Kappa-Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, eagerly await the Vice President’s remarks on Roe v. Wade.

Cara Kelly, vice president of FAMU’s Beta Alpha chapter, said the vice president’s visit to town was a historic moment for the African-American community.

“I feel like this is an opportunity for African-American students to really see it and appreciate that opportunity and take advantage of everything because we’re the next generation and we’re learning all these lessons so that we can flow into the next generation,” Kelly said. .

Kelly added that Vice President Harris’ visit underscores the importance of diversity and representation for those members of the African-American community seeking to run for higher office.

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