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Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will both attend and speak at the convention in Kansas City on Monday.
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FOX 4 News of Kansas City reported:
Thousands expected for La Raza Convention
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Thousands of Hispanic leaders from across the country are coming to Kansas City Friday.
Over the next five days they will attend attend a conference sponsored by the National Council of La Raza at Bartle Hall, this national group intends to promote the positive aspects of the Latino culture while providing valuable resources to Hispanic leaders.
Some of the conference is open to the public. There will be free health screenings and a family expo. It is expected to attract more than 40,000 people to downtown Kansas City.
Democratic presidential candidates Hilary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will fly to town Monday to speak at the conference.
La Raza, which means “the race,” is a left-wing group which has been accused of encouraging illegal immigration to the United States.
The report says that all of the Republican candidates were invited to attend but declined.