Virtual

Bridge Builders: U.S. Civil Rights Then and Now

On February 15, we hosted our first “Bridge Builders: Conversations with Interesting People” of 2022. This insightful and challenging panel discussion featured leaders of preeminent Civil Rights museums and institutions from across the U.S., who are preserving Civil Rights history and making it accessible today as we continue our journey toward a more perfect, and equitable, union.
This program was presented by the Clinton Foundation and the Clinton School of Public Service.

The conversation featured:
Quantia Fletcher – director, Mosaic Templars Cultural Center
Pamela Junior – director, Two Mississippi Museums
Woodrow “Woody” Keown, Jr. – president and COO, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Nancy Rousseau – principal, Little Rock Central High School
DeJuana Thompson – CEO and president, Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Moderated by:
Lee Sentell – author, “The Official U.S. Civil Rights Trail” and director, Alabama Tourist Department