ATLANTA — Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton will speak at Clark Atlanta University on Oct. 30, 2015.
Clinton’s appearance at CAU is part of her ambitious launch of “African Americans for Hillary,” a grassroots organizing event. During the event, Clinton will lay out how she’s fighting to address issues important to the African American community.
Earlier in the campaign, Clinton called racism “America’s original sin.”
It is no secret that Clinton is relying heavily on this demographic to go to the polls in heavy numbers, and on her behalf, if she has any hope of defeating the Republican nominee.
The ex-first lady to former President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State under President Obama is enjoying a comfortable lead in her quest to procure the Democratic nomination in 2016 and become the first-ever husband and wife to ever be president of the United States.
Members of the public interested in attending can RSVP HERE or log onto www.cau.edu.
WHERE: Clark Atlanta University, Epps Gymnasium, 650 Fair Street, Atlanta, GA 30314
WHEN: Friday, October 30th, 2015 at 2:30PM
DOORS OPEN: 1:00 PM
Clark Atlanta University (CAU) is not a sponsor of this event and does not support or oppose the candidate, but has leased the space to event organizers. CAU makes its facilities available for rent on an equal access and opportunity basis to all legally qualified candidates. Clark Atlanta University is a national research institution that encourages the exchange of diverse ideas and opinions as a part of its academic experience.