Thursday, April 20; 6 to 7:30 P.M.
KCLU's Lance Orozco and NPR's Wade Goodwyn
Joined by Reagan presidency historian and Hoover Institute Research Fellow, Peter Robinson, and Reagan biographer Craig Shirley
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
40 Presidential Dr, Simi Valley, CA 93065
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Monday, April 24; 7 to 8:30 P.M.
WABE's Denis O'Hayer and NPR's Debbie Elliott
Joined by former Congressmen Buddy Darden and Lynn Westmoreland, and Emory University political science professor Andra Gillespie
Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum
441 Freedom Pkwy NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
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IOWA PUBLIC RADIO
Tuesday, April 25; 7 to 8:30 P.M..
Iowa Public Radio's Ben Kieffer and NPR's Sarah McCammon
Joined by University of Northern Iowa political science professor Donna Hoffman, and presidential historian Tim Walch
Herbert Hoover Presidential Library
210 Parkside Dr, West Branch, IA 52358
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Tuesday, April 25; 7 to 8:30 P.M.
KCUR's Steve Kraske and NPR's John Burnett
Harry S Truman Library and Museum
500 W US Hwy 24, Independence, MO 64050
Tickets by invitation only; learn more here!
Live events with WABE and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum; KCUR and the Harry S Truman Library and Museum; Iowa Public Radio and the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library; and KCLU and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation
April 18, 2017 – As the Trump presidency approaches its 100th day, NPR News is launching a new round of the live events series A Nation Engaged, to help foster a national conversation on the topic of Power & the Presidency, answering the question: "How powerful should any American president be?"
During the week leading up to the 100th day (April 29), four NPR Member stations will pose this question to live audiences with panel discussions and town-hall style events in four presidential libraries around the country: WABE and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library & Museum, KCUR and the Harry S Truman Library and Museum, Iowa Public Radio and the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library, and KCLU and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute hosting these events.
Each event will be co-hosted by a reporter from NPR's national desk: Debbie Elliott in Georgia, Wade Goodwyn in California, Sarah McCammon in Iowa, and John Burnett in Missouri. Then, on Thursday, April 27, On Point will take that conversation national with a one-hour Special program focused on key themes that emerge in those events. Host Tom Ashbrook of WBUR will play excerpts from the local conversations and pose these issues to the national radio audience.
NPR's rigorous reporting and unsurpassed storytelling connect with millions of Americans everyday—on the air, online, and in person. NPR strives to create a more informed public—one challenged and invigorated by a deeper understanding and appreciation of events, ideas, and cultures. With a nationwide network of award-winning journalists and 17 international bureaus, NPR and its Member Stations are never far from where a story is unfolding. Listeners consider public radio an enriching and enlightening companion; they trust NPR as a daily source of unbiased independent news, and inspiring insights on life and the arts. More information at npr.org/aboutnpr and following NPR Extra on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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