The White House and Sen. Mark Warner’s (D-Va.) office will team up Saturday to host a Hispanic Community Action Summit at the Arlington campus of George Mason University.
“The summit will connect Senior Administration Officials business owners and local officials to discuss issues critical to Virginia’s Hispanic communities,” according to a White House release.
Warner will speak at the start of the session Saturday morning, as will GMU President Alan Merten. More than 25 administration officials, many of them Hispanic, will participate.
Members of the public can participate, though they have to register in advance to do so.