Appearances

Wednesday, September 7: 7 pm
Manhasset Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, September 8: 1:00 pm
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Monday, September 19: 12:30 pm
East Meadow Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, September 22: 2 pm
Syosset Library
Current Events in Perspective

Monday, September 26: 7 pm
Monroe Hall, Hofstra University
Presidential Debate Forum and Viewing

Wednesday, October 5: 7 pm
Manhasset Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, October 6: 1 pm
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Friday, October 7: 10 am
Northport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Friday, October 21: 10 am
Northport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Friday, October 21: 11:45 am
Long Island Council for the Social Studies (Melville)
National Issues Forums for teachers (with Joe Leavy)

Tuesday, October 25: 12:30 pm
East Meadow Library
Current Events in Perspectives

Friday, October 28: 10 am
Northport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Wednesday, November 2: 7pm
Manhasset Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, November 3: 1:00
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Thursday, November 3: 7 pm
LI Civil War Roundtable, Huntington
Radical Reconstruction –then “Capitulation to Racism”

Thursday, November 17: 2 pm
Syosset Library
Current Events in Perspective

Friday, November 18: 10 am
Northport Library
Current Events in Perspective

Friday, December 1: 10 am
Freeport Library
Current Events in Perspective

"Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of."
(Benjamin Franklin)

"We go farther, faster, when we go together."
(Martin Luther King Jr.)

"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
(Margaret Mead)

"Gladly would [they] learn and gladly would [they] teach."
(Geoffrey Chaucer, updated for gender inclusion)

"If we think the people not enlightened enough to exercise power with a wholesome discretion, the remedy is not to take power from them, but to inform their discretion through education. We must preach, my dear sir, a crusade against ignorance, for a nation that expects to be ignorant and free, it expects what never was and never will be."
(Thomas Jefferson)

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