NBC News – Long before she became a lawyer, a prosecutor, an Attorney General and a groundbreaking U.S. Senator, Kamala Harris was a young thinker, dreamer and doer at Howard University.
“Howard is where I first ran for office as a freshman,” said Harris, 52, in an exclusive interview with NBC News.
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