The Clinton Library Ends Black History Month with “A Conversation with African American Members of The Clinton Administration.”

The Clinton Library hosted “A Conversation with African American Leaders in the Clinton Administration,” on Feb. 27 as a part of its celebration of Black History Month. The Clinton Administration was well known for being the first in the history of the White House to represent the diversity of America. The panel consisted of four of […]

Mandela’s Assistant Visits Little Rock

The Clinton Presidential Library hosted speaker, Zelda la Grange, the Executive Personal Assistant to former South African President Nelson Mandela, on Monday, Feb. 5. A crowd of over 100 people attended the event, in which la Grange told the story of her life with Mandela, working with him for 19 years. Her speech was accompanied […]

Little Rock Participates in Nationwide Women’s March

Arkansas women and men came from all over the state to take part in this year’s March On the Polls in front of the capitol in Little Rock, Saturday. The event was sponsored by March On, Arkansas!, a new grassroots organization that, “is committed to dismantling systems of oppression by amplifying the message of groups […]

Clinton speaks with the President of Liberia.

Former President Bill Clinton came back to Little Rock, Ark. last week, to lead a conversation with the President of Liberia, Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The conversation was part of the Kumpuris Distinguished Lecture Series, hosted by the Clinton School of Public Service at the Statehouse Convention Center. To open the conversation, Sirleaf  recounted the […]

Mavis Staples Honors Little Rock Nine at Robinson Center

Gospel singer and civil rights activist Mavis Staples headlined a benefit concert at Robinson Center Music Hall this Saturday, performing for members of the Little Rock Nine. The concert was part of Reflections of Progress, a four-day commemoration of the 60th anniversary of Central High’s integration. Proceeds of the concert will go to the Little […]