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    Rural Economies and Innovation

    Small business owners outlined their recommendations for how rural economies can innovate and grow. Ideas included tax incentives, community block grants, federal funding guarantees and job…

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    Confederate Flag, Slavery, and Modern Racism

    Historians talked about the Confederate flag’s history in relation to slavery as well as to modern day racism. Washington National Cathedral hosted this discussion in response to the…

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    Race in America

    The Aspen Institute held a symposium on the state of race in America. This portion began with a panel discussion on college diversity and ways to foster inclusion on campus. Then, a second…

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    Open Phones with Ray Suarez

    Ray Suarez talked about his book, Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy That Shaped a Nation, and responded to viewer calls. He was interviewed at the 15th annual National Book Festival,…

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    Under-Representation of Latinos

    Community and political leaders talked about the under-representation of Hispanics in business, in entertainment, and in the federal workforce. “Underrepresented - Where are the Latinos?” was the…

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    Latino Americans

    Author Ray Suarez talked about his book, Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy That Shaped a Nation. He was interviewed at the 2013 National Press Club Book Fair and Authors' Night.

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    Latino Americans

    Ray Suarez talked about his book, Latino Americans: The 500-Year Legacy That Shaped a Nation, in which he discusses the history of Latinos in America going back 500 years. The book is a…

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    Foreign Assistance and International Development

    Panelists spoke about foreign aid and assistance programs, focusing on development and relief work in Afghanistan, Haiti, Somalia, and Yemen.

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    The Presidency and Civil Rights - Then and Now

    The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library convened a day-long conference on the presidency and civil rights. During the concluding panel, the achievements of the last 60 years were…

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    Latino Community and the U.S. Economy

    Following opening remarks, a panel of political figures and journalists talked about the impact of the Hispanic population on the U.S. economy. Topics included education, home ownership,…

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    Former President Jimmy Carter's White House Years

    Ray Suarez interviewed former President Carter about his presidency, experiences in the White House, and his diaries, recently published in his book White House Diary. He spoke about a…

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    Race and Immigration

    Law professors spoke about race and immigration policy at a three-day conference on race in America hosted by Duke University. Among the topics they addressed were the impact of demographic…

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    Ray Suarez Remarks on Race in America

    Ray Suarez talked to students about the role race plays in contemporary America. He also talked about immigration, the history of race relations, and demographic changes during his lifetime. This was a…

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    Presidential Sites and Libraries Coalition Building

    Ray Suarez moderated a panel on the use of materials at presidential sites and libraries and several works on case studies using archival materials located at the repositories. They spoke about insights into…

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    How I Learned English

    Editor Tom Miller talked about the book, How I Learned English: 55 Accomplished Latinos Recall Lessons in Language and Life. He introduced four of the contributors who described the…

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    Forum on Immigration

    Participants talked about federal immigration policy, civil rights, the role of immigration in the American experience, and on the social, moral and ethical questions faced by government…

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    The Holy Vote: The Politics of Faith in America

    Ray Suarez was interviewed about his book The Holy Vote: The Politics of Faith in America, published by Rayo.

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    Experiences with Presidential Sites and Libraries

    Panelists presented lessons in managing presidential libraries and sites. Ray Suarez moderated the event and made closing remarks. The panel “Town Hall III - Sharing Our Wisdom with Engaging Experiences:…

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    Learning from Nonprofit Insitutions

    Ray Suarez moderated a panel discussion on managing presidential libraries and sites and lessons learned from operations of similar educational facilities and no-profit organizations. Following prepared remarks…

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    Presidential Sites and Libraries Conference

    Spencer Crew spoke about the operation of presidential sites and libraries, the role of the facilities in the local community, developing partnerships to educate the public on American…

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