10 a.m. Al Sharpton and Larry Camp hold a discussion at the National Action Network office, 106 West 145th St.
10 a.m. The city hosts a citywide spelling bee for Out-of-School Time participants at Borough of Manhattan Community College, Tribeca Theatre, 199 Chambers St.
11 a.m. Representative Nydia Velazquez teaches English to school kids at a public school located at 5010 Sixth Ave. in Brooklyn.
11 a.m. Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer hosts an Immigration Assistance Day event at 131 East 104th St. in Manhattan.
Noon The International Immigrants Parade marches down Sixth Avenue, starting at 37th Street.
2 p.m. Gay pride parade grand marshals hold a media availability at the NYC LGBT Community Center, 208 West 13th St.
6 p.m. William Weld hosts a fund-raiser for Bellport Boys & Girls Club, at 99 South Howells Point Road, Bellport.
6:30 p.m. Fund-raising ball and reception is held for Bronx-born celebrities who will be inducted into the Bronx Walk of Fame, at Paradise Theater, 2403 Grand Concourse.
Barack Obama speaks in Hartford Connecticut.
10:30 a.m. Ed Koch joins a panel discussion on Face the Nation discussing third-party presidential candidates.
10 a.m. The Siena Research Institute releases a statewide poll about New York officials and presidential candidates.
11:30 Ground Zero clean-up workers and others demand an apology from Christie Whitman for her handling of the cleanup efforts after the terrorists attacks in 2001. The group will protest in front of the Rayburn House Building in D.C.