In an effort by Presidential candidate Kamala Harris to reach out to black voters she promised to invest $60 billion in historically black colleges and universities if elected.
She will also release a plan to spend $12 billion on entrepreneurship programs aimed at the black community, her campaign said.
“By taking these challenges on, we don’t just move Black America forward, we move all of America forward,” Harris’ prepared remarks will say, according to her campaign.
The Harris campaign didn’t explain how these proposals would be funded.
She has consistently polled behind Biden among black voters and played the race card on Bidden himself.
A Monmouth University poll released on Thursday showed Harris trailing far behind Biden among black voters in the early primary-election state of South Carolina, which has a large African-American electorate.
Just 12 percent of black respondents supported Harris, versus 51 percent for Biden, who was vice president under Barack Obama, America’s first black president.
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