SOMERS POINT -
Miss America was back in South Jersey on Tuesday, just a few weeks after capturing the crown.
Miss America 2014, Nina Davuluri, paid a visit to Saint Joe's in Somers Point, where she spoke to young students about what she feels is one of the most important lessons when it comes to recognizing cultural diversity.
"Just about embracing all the differences as we see them in our world. Knowing that it's okay to be different. Share your talents. Share your culture, your heritage and be true to yourself," Davuluri said.
Davuluri also spoke about anti-bullying and stem eduction.
The 24-year-old who competed as Miss New York to win the Miss America title, plans to use her $50,000 scholarship prize to attend medical school
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