He was welcomed by the president, who told him, "I'm glad to see you McAlpin, and I'm very happy to have you here." Now, that sentiment might have worn off once Harry asked him a question or two. And Harry's battles continued, but he made history. And we're so proud of Sherman and his family for being here tonight and the White House Correspondents Association for creating the scholarship in Harry's name. [Applause] For over 100 years even as the White House Correspondents' Association has told the story of America's progress, you lived it, too, gradually allowing equal access to women, minorities, and gays, and American's with disabilities -- and yes, radio and television and Internet reporters as well.