Saturday
Apr 06
2019
Clinton Presidential Center

Bridge Builders: An Inspiring Conversation with Dr. Madeleine Albright

6 p.m. | Hall High School | Little Rock, AR

Join us on Saturday, April 6, for Bridge Builders: An Inspiring Conversation with Dr. Madeleine Albright, the first installment of a new series of programming at the Clinton Presidential Center. 

Bridge Builders is sponsored by Coulson Oil.

Nominated by President Bill Clinton in December 1996, Dr. Madeleine Albright was unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate and became the first woman to serve as U.S. Secretary of State. We are pleased to welcome her back to Little Rock for a conversation about her inspirational life and career, as well as her newest New York Times bestselling book, Fascism: A Warning. 


Bridge Builders: An Inspiring Conversation with Dr. Madeleine Albright     
*Registration for this event is CLOSED*

Saturday, April 6, 2019 | 6 p.m.
Book signing to follow
NEW LOCATION: Hall High School | Little Rock, Arkansas


This program is FREE and open to the public, but reservations are required. *Registration for this event is closed.*

A book signing will follow the conversation. Copies of Fascism: A Warning are available for purchase through the Clinton Museum Store online (hardback | paperback), in store, and at the event. Those who purchase their book through the Clinton Museum Store will receive priority line access at the signing. Your book purchase at the Clinton Museum Store supports the Clinton Foundation’s work to improve lives in the U.S. and around the world. 

About Bridge Builders
President Clinton said, “In the end, all that matters is the builders. And after the builders are forgotten, all that remains are the ripples of what they’ve built.” Bridge Builders will present the stories of distinguished change makers, thought leaders, and influencers. This programming series presented by the Clinton Presidential Center and sponsored by Coulson Oil.

Each conversation will allow our compelling speakers to share their insightful perspectives; name pivotal moments that inspired them – and why; and offer first-hand accounts of the moments that shaped their lives and, in many cases, the course of history. The conclusion of each conversation will include a call to action, a charge to each person in attendance to learn more or do something that adds to the bridge that, together, we are building to the future.