Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School’s Fine Arts Department has a wonderful relationship with the Clinton Presidential Center through sharing, learning and experiencing programs celebrating Black History Month and other major events in the United States.
Learn how these CGI U attendees are carrying out Commitments to Action to improve the world.Read More about Five Black Student Leaders to Watch in 2014
Across the Foundation, we work to empower women and girls by expanding access to education, increasing economic opportunity, and providing critical health care to young mothers and their newborns. Our goal is to lift millions of women out of poverty—and with them, their families and entire communities.Read More about 10 Ways We’re Increasing Opportunities for Women & Girls
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When kids are immersed in enjoyable activities, they absorb and retain information more effectively. The Kids Food Festival embodies this philosophy of learning through fun with its weekend full of family-friendly events at Bank of America Winter Village at Bryant Park in New York City. This March 1st and 2nd,families will cook, dance, laugh, and taste their way to making balanced food choices!Read More about Kids Food Festival Helps Teach Balanced Food Choices in New York City
Seventy-two boxes – that is all that was left of 100 African elephants, killed for their tusks. Confiscated from an office in New York City’s diamond district in 2012, the 72 office boxes were filled with small ivory beads, figurines, charms and toys.Read More about We all have a role to play in ending the ivory trade
Today, President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton hosted the 2014 CGI Winter Meeting, where they introduced CGI’s 2014 theme.Read More about “Reimagining Impact”: President Clinton and Chelsea Clinton Announce 2014 CGI Theme