President Obama and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will headline two of Washington's biggest minority galas next month.

The duo will speak at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's annual awards Sept. 15, and then at the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's yearly event Sept. 17.

Clinton is one of five leaders being honored by the African-American foundation this year. She joins retiring Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., former Congressional Black Caucus Chairwoman Marica Fudge, D-Ohio, philanthropist Robert Smith and the Emanuel A.M.E. Church.

"Daily Show" host Trevor Noah and actress Sanaa Lathan will host the awards event.

It will be the seventh time Obama has delivered the evening's keynote address and the seventh time he has spoken at the country's largest Latino gala. Clinton attended last year's event as well.

"We also look forward to hearing from Secretary Clinton to talk about her work on issues that impact Latino families, and how she would empower the Latino community if elected president," said Congressional Hispanic Caucus Chairwoman Linda Sanchez, D-Calif.

Clinton is shellacking Republican nominee Donald Trump among African-American, Latino and Asian voters in the latest polls.