Appearances

Thursday, February 7, 1 pm
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Monday, February 11, 10 am
Northport Library
Becoming American: New York, City of the World

Friday, February 15, 2 pm
Syosset Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, February 21, 1 pm
East Meadow Library
Current Events in Perspective

Wednesday, February 27, 9:30 am
Hofstra University
Civil Rights Day; National Issues Forum on Immigration

Thursday, February 28, 6:30 pm
Hofstra University (for Peace Fellows Program)
National Issues Forum on Immigration

Thursday, March 7, 1 pm
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Monday, March 11, 10 am
Northport Library
Becoming American: Jewish American Experiences

Tuesday, March 19, 2 pm
Long Beach Library
Immigration: New York City of the World

Thursday, March 21, 1 pm
East Meadow Library
Current Events in Perspective

Tuesday, March 26, 2 pm
Long Beach Library
America’s Changing Media: Feast for Democracy or Its Junk Food?

Thursday, April 4, 1 pm
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Monday, April 15, 10 am
Northport Library
Becoming American: Dominicans

Thursday, April 25, 1 pm
East Meadow Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, May 2, 1 pm
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Friday, May 10, 12:15 (admission ticket required)
Marriott Hotel, Uniondale
Keynote for Nassau County Office for the Aging Annual May Older Americans Conference and Luncheon “The Power of Positive People: Pathways to Elder Elixirs”

Monday, May 13, 10 am
Northport Library
Becoming American: Paul Moses, “An Unlikely Union” – Connecting Irish and Italians with 2019 Immigration Challenges

Thursday, May 16, 1 pm
East Meadow Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, May 23, 2 pm
Syosset Library
Current Events in Perspective

Tuesday, May 28, 10:30 am
REAP of Great Neck
Who Were the Greatest Americans? Why?

Thursday, June 6, 1 pm
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, June 20, 1 pm
East Meadow Library
Current Events in Perspective

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