Hoping to beat the snow, White House moves civil rights concert to Tuesday evening

The White House has moved its concert celebrating the civil rights movement to Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. in the hopes of beating the impending snowstorm that is set to blanket the Washington, D.C. area.
 
The concert will feature singers Smokey Robinson, Jennifer Hudson and Natalie Cole and will be hosted by Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman and Queen Latifah.
 
The concert should be a step back in time, with songs from the civil rights movement as well as readings from famous civil rights speeches and readings. The concert was originally supposed to be early Wednesday evening at the White House.

- Kate Oczypok