VP Harris’ Sorority Sisters On Why They Think She’s Suited For This Moment In American Politics

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Vice President Kamala Harris was a co-ed at Howard University when she joined the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority. Harris and the 38 women in her initiation class, also known as ‘line sisters,’ would go on to form lifelong bonds. Here, the women talk about life as AKAs, their ‘forever’ bond, how some first met Kamala Harris and her love of dancing. They also talk about why they believe their friend is uniquely suited to meet this particularly divisive moment in American politics.» Subscribe to MSNBC: on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc

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VP Harris’ Sorority Sisters On Why They Think She’s Suited For This Moment In American Politics
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