The nation’s largest African American sorority has been convening this week in Washington D.C. According to WaPo, their guest speaker this afternoon was the Honorable Hillary Rodham Clinton. Delta Sigma Theta, which boasts an enormous membership including many celebrity names, drew 40,000 members to the capital this week for their 100th anniversary according to WaPo. Her speech followed a meeting between the president of the sorority, Cynthia Butler-McIntyre, and President Obama.
White House spokesman Kevin Lewis confirmed that Obama will meet with Cynthia Butler-McIntyre. The conversation will come about two hours before an appearance at the convention by former secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton, who will speak during the second-to-last day of the convention, which has brought more than 40,000 members to the District.