[WATCH] VP Harris Delivers Rousing Keynote Address to AKA in Dallas

Vice President Kamala Harris spoke to a crowd of about 20,000 in Dallas on Wednesday at the national convention for members of Alpha Kappa Alpha, the nation's first historically Black sorority.

The Vice President pledged AKA when she attended Howard University, and she made most of her speech at the sorority's 71st Boulé (the periodic assembly of their total membership) about showing solidarity for her partner on the Democratic ticket.

VP Harris talked about the achievements of the Biden Administration and inspired the crowd by reminding them of what's at stake in November.

"When we vote, we make history," VP Harris said. "The members of our sorority have been on the front lines of the fight to realize the promise of America. This year let us continue that work."

Black women have overwhelmingly supported President Biden, lifting him to victory along with his Vice President. At a time when the President is up against a manufactured media narrative, the Vice President's words are ringing truer than ever.

As the Vice President left the stage the crowd chanted, "Four more years!"

The Vice President is currently on her "Summer of Engagement Tour," according to the White House. The VP will be on the road to meet with Democratic leaders and supporters while pushing the message of unity in the face of Trump's Project 2025.

VP Harris is scheduled to appear at Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Grand Boulé in Indianapolis later this month.

Watch Vice President Harris deliver her keynote, below.