Tomorrow is Now: The Eleanor Roosevelt Conferences
Hosted by Manuela Roosevelt, Chair of the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership, Tomorrow Is Now is the title of the last book authored by Eleanor Roosevelt.
The Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership is honored to host the Tomorrow Is Now virtual conference series in partnership with the COV-AID project sponsored by the Open Society University Network and the Talloires Network. Members of Eleanor’s Circle, as well as students and faculty across the global networks, are invited to participate in the live Zoom sessions where speakers from around the world will reflect on the relevance of Eleanor’s legacy during the pandemic.
Manuela Roosevelt is the Chair of the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership, a private nonprofit that works in tandem with the National Park Service for the enhancement of visitors' experience at the home of Eleanor Roosevelt, Val-Kill, in Hyde Park, in upstate New York. The organization funds educational programs, lectures, and has raised more than $2.5 million for NPS to assist in restoration projects at the site. She is the Editorial Director at Callaway Arts and Entertainment, a publisher and cross-platform media company in New York City. She lives with her family at Springwood, the estate where Franklin D Roosevelt was born that now belongs to the National Park Service.
Peter Baker is the Chief White House Correspondent for The New York Times and a political analyst for MSNBC who covered President Obama, three previous presidents, and now President Trump. He previously worked for The Washington Post and is the author of five books, including days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House. He lives in Washington with his wife, Susan Glasser, and their son, Theo Baker.
Post Date: 05-06-2020