Monday 2 p.m. CDT: “Putting families first” is the theme. Speakers include Sen. Bernie Sanders and First Lady Michelle Obama. Others will highlight substance abuse, life as an undocumented immigrant, and advocating for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Tuesday 3 p.m. CDT: Focus is “fighting for children and families.” A child advocate social worker, disability rights lawyer, juvenile attorney and fifth-grade students from New York City’s Eagle Academy for at-risk youth are among speakers, followed by former President Bill Clinton. The roll call of the states will be conducted.
Wednesday 3:30 p.m. CDT: The emphasis will be on “working together.” Jamie Dorff of Leander, Texas — whose husband Patrick Dorff, a Minnesota native and Army helicopter pilot, died in Iraq — is among the speakers. Vice-presidential nominee Sen. Tim Kaine, Vice President Joe Biden and President Obama also will speak.
Thursday 3 p.m. CDT: “Stronger together” is the night’s theme. Chelsea Clinton will speak and Hillary Clinton will give her acceptance speech.