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Virtual Speaker Series - Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt, America’s First Power Couple - Paul Sparrow

When

Tue 03 / 16 / 2021
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM

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Open to all

Limited capacity: Registration Closed

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Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt, America’s First Power Couple

Speaker: Paul Sparrow, Director, Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum

Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt were the most important American couple in the 20th century, and their influence and legacy live on today. Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum director Paul Sparrow will explore their remarkable accomplishments using photographs and rare home movies from the 1930s.

Paul Sparrow is the Director of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum which is part of the National Archives. He works with the Roosevelt Institute to support the library in its ongoing fundraising efforts. He previously held positions at the Newseum, the University of Maryland’s Future of Information Alliance, and was an Emmy-Award winning television producer.

Northwest Neighbors Village is a local non-profit dedicated to building a supportive community where older adults are valued and age with dignity. We are delighted to offer these programs for free to our neighbors, and keep you engaged and learning. To learn more about us or to support our efforts to enable older adults to thrive in Northwest, DC, please visit our homepage.

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During Covid-19, we have opened up much of our programming to the community. Our membership dues only account for 1/3 of our budget, and we rely on the support of generous donors to continue to create and share engaging programs with the community. If you enjoy this program, please consider making a donation to Northwest Neighbors Village.