Sunday, July 28, 2019
4:00pm - 6:00pm
Carey Institute for Global Good
A FREE Screening of American Creed A documentary examining the values and beliefs that hold Americans together, followed by a Community Conversation, facilitated by Paul Grondahl, Director of the NYS Writers Institute.
The idea for this film grew out of conversations between two Stanford University professors, political scientist and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Pulitzer Prize- winning historian David M. Kennedy. Kennedy was drawn to history in large part to determine whether the United State has a “national character”, and if so, what defines it and how it changes over time. The film is an outgrowth of these enduring questions.
The screening will be followed by community conversations and refreshments.
A FREE event at the Carey Institute for Global Good Guggenheim Pavilion.
Watch a 30 second video of the program below.
Coming Saturday, September 21 at 2pm the Library will host a Living Room Conversation. More details for hosting your own conversation will be shared at the program.
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Special Thanks to the following for making this program possible.