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Harris Has $60-Billion Black College Tuition Plan


On Friday, Democratic hopeful Kamala Harris will unveil a plan to invest $60 billion in colleges. Specifically, she wants to make the investment in historically black colleges and universities. This is the latest effort by the U.S. senator from California to reach out to black voters. She will also release a plan to spend $12 billion on entrepreneurship programs aimed at the black community.

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