Everything Kamala Harris said — and didn’t say — at TSU commencement

Vice President Kamala Harris packed a lot into her nearly 19-minute speech at Tennessee State University’s commencement ceremony on Saturday.

Along with praising graduates for their accomplishments, she acknowledged the long-standing struggles that many of those who historically attend Black colleges and universities and their families have faced.

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Harris also talked politics, warning graduates of the challenges she anticipates they will face, and that she hopes they might solve, in what she called the “unsettled” world they are entering.

Here are some of the most significant — and controversial — topics Harris mentioned.

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