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U.S. presidential hopeful Harris would spend $60 billion on historically black colleges

Reuters Friday, 26 July 2019
Democratic presidential hopeful Kamala Harris will unveil a plan on Friday to invest $60 billion in historically black colleges and universities if elected, the latest effort by the U.S. senator from California to reach out to black voters.
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On Friday, Democratic hopeful Kamala Harris will unveil a plan to invest $60 billion in colleges.

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