Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World
Former President Bill Clinton talked about his book, Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World, published by Knopf. He was joined in a panel discussion by some of the people whose stories are collected in the book. Topics included the ways individuals, organizations, and corporations can change their communities and the greater world through acts of giving. Tavis Smiley, author of The Covenant with Black America, served as moderator. close
People in this video
Geoffrey Canada President and CEO Harlem Children's Zone
Majora Carter Founder and Executive Director Sustainable South Bronx
Bill Clinton U.S. President (Former) United States
Mark Grashow Co-Founder U.S.-Africa Children's Fellowship
Premal Shah President Kiva.org
Tavis Smiley Talk Show Host PBS
McKenzie Steiner Activist
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