Vice President Kamala Harris spoke Thursday at the United We Stand Summit hosted in the White House’s East Room.
The Summit, organized by President Biden’s administration, is intended to “counter the corrosive effects of hate-fueled violence on our democracy and public safety,” according to the White House.
Harris opened the summit with remarks on the federal government’s ongoing actions to address hate crimes nationwide.
“Today, America is again looking at and confronting the epidemic of hate-fueled violence,” Harris said. “In Oak Creek, Orlando, Victoria, Pittsburgh, El Paso, Atlanta, Buffalo, and in so many other communities we have seen our neighbors,
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