MILWAUKEE (WSAU) The White House will hold an Hispanic Community Action Summit in Milwaukee on Saturday. Latinos will be able to discuss issues of concern with members of the Obama administration. The summit will key in on five major areas – immigration, jobs, the health care reform law, education, and Hispanic relations with the police.
Saturday’s summit will take place all day at Milwaukee’s South Division High School. Similar events are planned this year in Los Angeles, Tucson, Phoenix, Tampa, San Antonio, and Durham, North Carolina.
Julie Rodriguez of the White House Office of Public Engagement will speak at the Milwaukee meeting, along with director Jose Rico of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics. Ten other officials from a host of federal agencies will also be on hand.