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Programs are Added Every Week!
Here are several new additions:
Live from Ukraine – A first-person look inside Ukraine
Learn about the up to the minute activity going on inside Ukraine. Participants will hear firsthand what is happening on the ground from Reno Domenico who is living and working in the Ukraine. Mr. Domenico has photograph and video links of the events unfolding in recent months and personal accounts of the day-to-day changes impacting people and businesses within the country.
How Can You Change the World
This program addresses many compelling questions including: What are the seven ways you can change the world? How does nature change? How do human beings bring about change? Can you change the world? How? What are examples of people who have changed the world, and how did they do it? How have scientists changed the world? Business people? Political leaders? Religions leaders? Individuals? Students? What can you do, starting now?
Known as the “ Belgian Anne Frank,” Bebe Forehand gives a first -hand account of being a young girl whose family took refuge during WW II in an attic, anticipating the coming of theAmerican/ Allied Forces. Her father was with the Jewish underground in Belgium. Bebe is a gifted storyteller and her descriptions of her life during the 3 1/2 years she and her family spent hiding in the attic of a house in Antwerp were fascinating and very moving.
Special Holiday Program!
Holiday Traditions at the White House
Join us on December 17 at 2:00 Central for this one time presentation.
The FDR Library and the Truman Library will discuss the Holiday Traditions of these two amazing Presidents. If you are interested in viewing this free presentation, please email us. Email is found at the top of this page.