*Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will speak in Washington, D.C., this week at the 2016 National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) joint convention on Friday.
The event is closed the public and seating is very limited.
“It is notable that Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has recognized the 2016 NABJ-NAHJ Convention as a vital gathering to discuss her platform and the issues impacting black and Latino communities,” said NABJ President Sarah Glover.
“Presidential nominees and U.S. presidents from both parties have attended NABJ annual conventions, including President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush, and presidential nominees Barack Obama, Bob Dole and Al Gore. We’re ecstatic to add the first woman nominee to our list.”
The National Association of Black Journalists is an advocacy group that was formed in 1975 in Washington, D.C. Their mission is to “strengthen ties among African-American journalists, promote diversity in newsrooms and honor excellence in the media industry.”
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is the largest organization of Latino journalists in the United States. Their mission is to increase the number of Latinos in the newsrooms, and advocate for fair representation of Latinos in the media.
For more on the conference, visit www.nabjnahj.com.
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Meanwhile, Donald Trump has called his Democratic rival “the devil.”
Trump said that Bernie Sanders should have stayed in the race and not thrown his support behind Clinton.
“He would’ve been a hero,” Trump said. “But he made a deal with the devil. She’s the devil. He made a deal with the devil.”
Trump, who says he’s looking forward to debating Hillary this fall, has linked her to the devil before, saying in the past that Sanders “sold his soul to the Devil”