President Obama official schedule and guidance, March 28, 2011. Libya speech 7:30 p.m. est

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Office of the Press Secretary



March 27, 2011


MONDAY, MARCH 28, 2011

In the morning, the President will participate in a town hall hosted by Univision at Bell Multicultural High School in Washington, DC. At this town hall, the President will have the opportunity to talk with students, parents and teachers about the importance of out-educating the competition in order to win the future and Hispanic educational attainment. The town hall will be broadcast on the Univision Network on March 28 at 7pm ET / PT, 6 pm CT. There will be a stills only pool spray at the top of the town hall.

In the evening, the President will deliver an address at the National Defense University in Washington, DC to update the American people on the situation in Libya, including the actions we’ve taken with allies and partners to protect the Libyan people from the brutality of Moammar Qaddafi, the transition to NATO command and control, and our policy going forward. The speech will be pooled for TV and still photographers and open to correspondents.

In-Town Travel Pool

Wires: AP, Reuters, Bloomberg

Wire Photos: AP, Reuters, AFP

TV Corr & Crew: CBS

Print: CS Monitor

Radio: SRN


9:00AM Pool Call Time

10:30AM THE PRESIDENT participates in an education town hall hosted by Univision

Bell Multicultural High School, Washington, DC

Stills Only Pool Spray at the Top (Gather Time 9:45AM – North Doors of the Palm Room)

7:30PM THE PRESIDENT delivers an address on Libya

National Defense University, Washington, DC

Pooled TV and still photographers, Open to correspondents (Gather Time 6:55PM – North Doors of the Palm Room)

Briefing Schedule

11:30AM Press Secretary Jay Carney and Deputy National Security Advisor Denis McDonough will convene an off-camera gaggle



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