David Dinkins was an extraordinary public servant who made NYC fairer, better, and stronger. He was calm on the outside, and burned with a passion for justice on the inside. Until the end, he never stopped fighting for the city he loved and celebrating its “gorgeous mosaic.”
Amid the COVID-19 crisis, our work has expanded — from providing hundreds of thousands of meals to developing free resources to support early learning at home.
Tonight, we gathered (virtually) to celebrate the work of the Foundation community — including 5 inspiring leaders.
This year, we’ve seen so many people rise to the moment to offer hope and a helping hand to those in need — through acts of kindness big and small. Proud of the work of @ClintonFdn and our partners.
Today and every day we should honor the sacrifices of those have worn our nation’s uniform in war and in peace: those who gave their lives, those who came home, and those who still serve. To all of America’s veterans and your families, thank you.
Phil Lee was a brilliant, compassionate physician and public servant who devoted himself to expanding access to quality health care for all Americans, and played a key role in implementing Medicare. I am grateful for his outstanding service, including in my Administration.
I was saddened to hear about the passing of Jerry Jeff Walker. I’ll never forget seeing him at the Armadillo music hall in Austin in 1972, or his performance for my 1992 campaign the night before Election Day. He was a true original, and his music will live on.
Today: President @BillClinton and @Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga will host “Small Businesses, Big Opportunities,” a new virtual series to address racial and economic disparities in the wake of COVID-19.
You can't build an inclusive democracy without an inclusive economy. America can only succeed when all our people are given the opportunity to succeed.
I hope you’ll join us now for this important conversation: #RebuildSmallBiz
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