WASHINGTON – The Human Rights Campaign will stream President Barack Obama’s remarks at the 15th annual National Dinner on Saturday night live on its website.
“We are honored to have President Obama join us to celebrate the victories of this past year – from marriage equality in New York to the repeal of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ - and to look ahead to the fights that remain,” said Joe Solmonese, outgoing HRC president. “The milestones we’ve achieved over the past two years would never have been possible without the commitment and support of fair-minded Americans across the country.”
The President is expected to speak around 7:15 pm ET/ 4:15 pm PT.
The annual National Dinner, taking place at the Washington Convention Center, is expected to draw more than 3,000 guests from across the country. Obama last addressed the audience in 2009. More information is available HERE.