Vice President Kamala Harris to speak in Greenville at 1 p.m.

posted in: Mississippi News | 0

On Friday afternoon, Vice President Kamala Harris will be speaking at the Delta Center Stage in Greenville.

During her trip, Harris plans to visit a small business before heading over to the theatre to talk about the current administration’s impact on small businesses and communities within the Magnolia State.

“Since I took office, I have consulted with some of the most active community lenders in our nation, and I have seen the tremendous difference that these lenders are making in communities across our country,” Harris said. “Latino communities in urban neighborhoods — like Columbia Heights, right here in Washington, D.C. — and rural communities across the country — like those in Oregon, like Native communities in South Dakota, and Black communities in the Mississippi Delta … Expanding our nation’s investment in community lenders has been a priority of mine and ours for years.”

Harris will be greeted by Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) and Greenville Mayor Erick Simmons when she arrives shortly after 12 p.m. She is scheduled to deliver remarks open to the public at 1 p.m.

The post Vice President Kamala Harris to speak in Greenville at 1 p.m. appeared first on SuperTalk Mississippi.