(CNN)Vice PresidentKamala Harrisspeaks at the Essence Festival in New Orleans on Saturday To do. White House officials said they had given them the opportunity to discuss the Supreme Court's recent decision to overthrow Roe v. Wade with a black woman, one of the Democratic's main supporters.
In New Orleans, Harris participates in a conversation with actress Keke Palmer by the fireplace, "discussing some of the most serious problems facing black women. Also includes the impact on the Supreme Court's Roe decision. " The White House official first previewed Harris' schedule to CNN. Harris also said he would meet with reproductive activists personally while in New Orleans, officials said.
Coming soon to one of the country's largest festivals of African-American culture, bringing together voters who helped promote her and President Joe Biden to the White House in 2020. You will also be given the chance to be the first female and black vice president in the United States.
The Democratic Party wants abortion rights to invigorate voters heading for midterm elections, but this problem remains in voters' minds because of concerns about the economy and inflation. It is unclear how much it will affect the moon.
In the same Quinnipiac study, about 80% of black Americans said abortion was legal in all or most of the time. Eighty-two percent of black respondents also said they generally agreed with the Supreme Court's decision to legalize abortion in the Roe v. Wade case in 1973.
The White House also has EPA administrator Michael Regan, OMB director Shalanda Young, Secretary of Transportation Pete Butigeg, and White House infrastructure coordinator to discuss economic and equity issues. We are sending other Supreme Administrative Officers, including Mitchland Liu. Other Democratic messengers, such as Democratic National Committee Chairman Jaime Harrison, will speak at the weekend festival.