329Feb 20, 2012
The Presidency and Civil Rights - Then and Now
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library convened a day-long conference on the presidency and civil rights. During the concluding panel, the achievements of the last 60 years were considered - ...
379Feb 20, 2012
Civil Rights and Presidents Kennedy and Johnson
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library convened a conference on the presidency and civil rights. In this discussion, panelists consider President Kennedy’s legacy and the evolution of ...
854Jan 20, 2011
50th Anniversary of Robert F. Kennedy's Swearing-In
Family, friends and colleagues of the of former Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy honored his memory and legacy at an event commemorating his swearing-in as attorney general January 21, 1961. Jack ...
652Jul 23, 2010
Women of the Civil Rights Movement
Johnetta Cole moderated a panel discussion with three other women about their contributions to Civil Rights movement. The panelists also responded to questions from members of the ...
84Nov 7, 2007
Future of Journalism
In the third panel discussion, “Solutions: The Future Political Landscape”
The “There You Go Again: Orwell Comes to America” conference invited historians, ...
587Nov 21, 2006
Ed Bradley Memorial Service
Dignitaries, journalists, and family paid tribute to the life and career of Ed Bradley at his memorial service at Riverside Church in New York. The service featured several musical tributes and ...
56Aug 18, 2006
The panel members discussed writing nonfiction and talked about their own books. They also responded to audience members' questions.
Collier wrote Still with Me: A ...
53Aug 14, 2006
Ending the AIDS Epidemic
Former President Clinton and Bill Gates talked about the global AIDS epidemic, international efforts to eradicate the pandemic, barriers to providing adequate education and medical aid to developing ...
38Jun 30, 2006
Book Discussion on New News Out of Africa
Charlayne Hunter-Gault was interviewed by Gayle Smith about her book New News Out of Africa: Uncovering Africa’s Renaissance, published by Oxford University ...
30May 29, 1997
Ethnicity and Conflict Resolution
Panelists discussed the ethnic conflicts in Africa and ways to address them. They also took questions from the audience. Ambassador Richardson and Mr. Ferella participated by ...
21May 29, 1997
Reporting on Africa: Opening
Mr. Soyinka opened a conference on the future of Africa and its journalistic coverage as part of a meeting on the subject. Mr. Soyinka discussed several threats to adequate news ...
30May 29, 1997
African Democracy and Governance
Mr. Nyang spoke about democratic developments in Africa and the dangers of despotism in central Africa that threaten democratization in the region. He focused particularly on different ...
13May 29, 1997
Reporting on Africa
Journalists discussed how they are covering events in Africa and future media coverage of the region. They talked about the lack of freedom of the press in most African nations and how ...
117Jun 23, 1994
Life and Career of Charlayne Hunter-Gault
Ms. Hunter-Gault, the first African-American woman to graduate from the University of Georgia, spoke about growing up in Georgia, her lifelong interest in journalism, and the African-American ...
10Mar 14, 1994
Crime in Cities and Towns
The panelists discussed the problems of crime and violence in cities and towns and how to restore safety for all citizens.
100Apr 4, 1990
Issues of the Sixties
The participants reflected on the issues of the 1960s and their effect
on politics and society today.
50May 17, 1989
American Forum on South Africa