NEW ORLEANS -- When the National Association of Black Journalists meet in the New Orleans, Vice President Joe Biden will address the convention.
Biden will address members of the National Association of Black Journalists at the 37th Annual NABJ Convention & Career Fair next week in New Orleans. Biden will speak to convention attendees on Wednesday, June 20, the first day of the five-day gathering.
Biden joins former speakers such as Barack Obama, then a U.S. Senator; President George W. Bush; President Bill Clinton; then-Sen. Hillary Clinton; Sen. John Kerry; Secretary of State Colin Powell; and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice who have spoken to the convention is years past.
The convention is expected to draw more than 2,500 journalists and media professionals.