Celebrate Black History Month at the Clinton Center with TWO special programs that are FREE and open to the public.
A Conversation with African American Leaders of the Clinton Administration
25 years ago, President Clinton made the pledge that his administration would “look like America,” as he believed there was nothing more powerful than a diverse group of Americans working toward a common purpose. Join us on February 27 for a conversation that will highlight the accomplishments and contributions of four African American leaders in the Clinton Administration. Janis Kearney, who served as the first Presidential Diarist in presidential history; Terry Edmonds, who was the first African American White House speechwriter; Ben Johnson, who served as the Assistant to the President and Director of the White House Office on the President’s Initiative for One America; and Bob Nash, who served as Assistant to the President and Director of Presidential Personnel for the White House, will discuss their work in the Clinton administration.
A Conversation with African American Leaders in the Clinton Administration
Tuesday, February 27, 2018 | Noon
Choctaw Commons | Clinton Presidential Center
If you would like to enjoy lunch during the program, please click here and place your order with 42 bar and table by Friday, February 23.
TAKE A STAND, FEATURING PARVIEW ARTS AND SCIENCE MAGNET HIGH SCHOOL
Each February, the Clinton Center features the drama, choir, and orchestra students from Parkview Arts and Science Magnet High School in a special performance in celebration of Black History Month. This year, hear the songs that shaped our nation as they present Take a Stand, which features protest songs of the 20th century.