No matter your device, WhiteHouse.gov/SOTU is the place to watch President Obama's State of the Union address today at 9 p.m. ET and this year there are many ways for the Latino community to engage, including LIVE bilingual updates on social media. Spanish-language closed captioning is available HERE and opportunities to ask White House officials about Latino and immigration issues. The policies that the President will put forth in tonight’s State of the Union address will impact millions of Latinos by expanding opportunities for the middle-class, so don’t forget to tune in.
Stream the address and follow along with exclusive interactive bilingual graphics and charts showing what the announcements mean for you.
Then, be sure to stick around after the speech for an exclusive live video Q&A.
On the day after the State of the Union, join us for an online, all-day open house: Ask questions across social media using #AskTheWH and follow along.At 12:00PM on January 21st, there will be an hour dedicated to issue affecting Latinos and immigration featuring @Cecilia44, @Vargas44 and @LaCasaBlanca.
We’re calling it Big Block of Cheese Day, in honor of President Andrew Jackson’s 1837 open house featuring a 1,400-pound block of cheese. (Read more about that here.)
A New Kind of Interview
Finally, on Thursday, January 22, we’re teaming up with YouTube for a special interview with President Obama.
We’re inviting top YouTubers here to the White House to interview the President, including Latina @BethanyMota – but they’re asking your questions.
You won’t want to miss this one.
The State of the Union 2015: Everything You Need to Know