The Pride Live event is happening Friday, June 26, and will feature appearances and performances from a host of celebrities.
The former president also said activists had to guard against being "complacent" in the final stretch of the presidential race.
The Biden campaign raised $7.6 million on Tuesday in a virtual event featuring former President Barack Obama, the largest amount the campaign said it has raised at an event so far.
The second youngest of the nine Kennedy siblings, and the last surviving sibling died on Wednesday at 92.
"We may look different and come from everywhere, but what makes us American are our shared ideals," the former president said.
The president won the Midwestern state by a margin of nearly 10 points against former Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
The former president tweeted the message after the court ruled that gay and transgender people were protected against employment discrimination.
Walsh said that he plans to resubmit the 2021 budget on June 15, which will reallocate the funds and reinvest them in programs that create equality and inclusion in the community.
The YouTube graduation special "Dear Class of 2020" features a massive line-up of stars, with the Obamas, Beyonce, Lady Gaga and BTS among those appearing in the festival-style digital event.
Barack and Michelle Obama will deliver a virtual commencement address alongside other celebrities for "YouTube's Dear Class of 2020" ceremony to honor graduates.
Former president Jimmy Carter is the latest to join Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama in support of the protests that have erupted across the nation. "We have seen that silence can be as deadly as violence," Carter said Wednesday.
Obama gave remarks before a panel discussion in his first on-camera appearance since protests began following George Floyd's death.
"I didn't like his 'leadership' style or much else about him, and many others agree," President Trump tweeted on Wednesday about former defense secretary General James Mattis.
"You've communicated a sense of urgency that is as powerful and transformative as anything I've seen in recent years," former President Barack Obama said Wednesday of the protesters reacting to the death of George Floyd.
"Today, I'm urging every mayor in this country to review your use-of-force policies with members of your community, and commit to reforms," Obama said.
The governor later said his remarks were made specifically in response to "the Obama Administration's War on Coal" and its effect on his state.
The former president will be joined by activists and elected officials for a press conference regarding the death of George Floyd and the protests it has sparked.
The four-time NBA champion criticized Trump's lack of leadership and suggested Obama would have handled the current protests with "class and honor."
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The former president said violent demonstrators were putting innocent people at risk after a sixth night of unrest.
"This shouldn't be 'normal' in 2020 America," the former president said.
While Trump and his supporters have pointed to the stock market's rebound as a marker of economic success, tens of millions of Americans remain unemployed as the unemployment rate has surged into the double digits from a low of 3.5 percent in February.
"I want to have people around me that have strengths and capacities I don't," Joe Biden said Wednesday at a fundraiser.
On Memorial Day, we remember those who have given their lives in service of their country.
Approximately 68 percent of registered voters have a favorable view of former President Barack Obama, while only 48 percent have a favorable view of presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden, and 43 have a favorable view of president Donald Trump.
The former president himself hasn't commented on it—and as far as we know, he's not even aware...yet.
"A lot of our people kept the Obama inspector general, and I think generally speaking that's not a good thing to do," the president told reporters.
"Our concern over potential criminality is focused on others," Barr told reporters on Monday.