THE CATALYST: What Does Freedom Mean Today?
Thursday, December 15, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (CST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The George W. Bush Institute, in partnership with the SMU’s Center for Presidential History, invites you to a conversation at SMU’s McCord Auditorium in Dallas Hall about the role that freedom plays in the world today.
In 1941, President Franklin Roosevelt delivered his Four Freedoms address. Seventy five years later, what do freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom from want, and freedom from fear mean?
Join The Catalyst: A Journal of Ideas from the Bush Institute and SMU’s Center for Presidential History for a discussion of this timely topic.
- Kenneth Hersh, President And CEO of the George W. Bush Presidential Center
- Jeffrey A. Engel, Director of SMU’s Center for Presidential History
- Amanda Schnetzer, Director of the Bush Institute’s Global Initiatives
- William Mckenzie, Editor of The Catalyst, George W. Bush Presidential Center
A light reception will precede the event beginning at 5:30 pm, with the lecture starting at 6:00 pm.
Parking will be available on the SMU campus. FREE parking passes will be emailed to registered guests before the event. Seating is limited, and not guaranteed.
TEACHERS -- Please sign in at the registration table to receive continuing education credit.
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Center for Presidential History and the George W. Bush Institute