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“We are, as we always have been, in the forefront, but very few times are our issues spoken to directly.”
Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) was interrupted by a man described as an animal rights activist at a political event on Saturday. During her remarks at a MoveOn forum, the man jumped on stage and snatched a microphone out of the presidential candidate’s hand.
“Black mothers across the country are facing a health crisis that is driven in part by implicit bias in our healthcare system,” the senator said.
He was met with boos and groans when he brought up working with Martin Luther King Jr.
“I support that we study them,” the 2020 hopeful said during a CNN Town Hall.
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