I'm running for president. Let's do this together. Join us: http://kamalaharris.org
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- Plan where to go if you can’t come home
- Put together an emergency supply kit
- Explain plan to children
- Practice leaving your home in 5 minutes
You are invited to join BWOPA, AKA, Niagara Democratic Club, Joy and Justice Initiative and Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition for the 2020 Presidential Debate Watch Party @ Geoffrey's Inner Circle, Wed July 31st, 5pm. Doors open at 4:30pm.
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Join BWOPA, California Media Coalition, Sistallect and BAPAC for a day of legislative advocacy at the State Capitol.
Gather for morning briefing and attend scheduled meetings with state legislators and key staff to discuss key issues that effect our urban communities on Education, Criminal Justice, Health and Economic Security.
RSVP by May 1st for proper planning purposes.
Kamala Harris Officially Announces 2020 Presidential Run
After many rumors and much speculation over the past few months, Senator Kamala Harris (D) announced on Monday she will run for president in the 2020 election.
The California senator first released the news during a Good Morning America interview on Jan. 21, the day the nation honors Martin Luther King Jr.
Harris later posted her official campaign video on her social media platforms. "The future of our country depends on you and millions of others lifting our voices to fight for our American values. That's why I'm running for president of the United States," she said in the video.
The Howard alumna released her debut memoir, "The Truths We Hold" at the start of 2019, for which she launched a January book tour. The tour was viewed by many as a major hint to her presidential run.
Harris will officially make her announcement in Oakland, California on Jan. 27.
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