GREENSBORO, N.C. — Vice President Kamala Harris visited Greensboro on the second stop of her "Fight for Our Freedoms" college tour.
She discussed issues like climate change, gun violence and reproductive rights with students, but tied it all back to getting out to vote.
Featuring North Carolina A&T graduate, EPA Administrator, Michael Regan, the two discussed issues like climate change disparity in minority communities, access to reproductive rights, as well as urging students to remain engaged on the gun violence debate.
"On the subject, we'll talk about it and say, I don't like going to fifth period," Harris said. "And I'll say why sweetheart? Well, cause in fifth period, there's no closet."
But Vice President Harris reiterated, time and time again, the avenue for change begins at the ballot box.
"We are seeing laws that are passed that say that student ID's are not sufficient to prove your identity to vote because when you all vote it scares some folks," Harris said.
The VP will continue her college tour next week in Reading, PA.