Next week President Obama and the White House will host the first-ever Hispanic-focused online roundtable in partnership with Yahoo! media that will be live streamed. The event is slated for Wednesday, September 28 and well be webcasted from the White House. The roundtable will be moderated by Jose Siade, editor-in-chief for Yahoo U.S. Hispanics and Latin America.
This online format according to Yahoo will ‘give people the opportunity to submit questions to the president on the issues that are important to them.’ The roundtable is expected to focus on issues such as the economy, education, immigration and health care. Yahoo! will moderate the session and ask questions that have been submitted from Yahoo! users. AOL Latino/HuffPost Latino Votices and MSN Latino will also participate in the roundtable.
People can submit their questions to the President until tomorrow Monday, September 26 at 6pm EDT. Click here to submit your question.