Author: natep

CHINA—TIANANMEN SQUARE—THE U.S. RESPONSE
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CHINA—TIANANMEN SQUARE—THE U.S. RESPONSE

Thirty years ago, Chinese troops stormed Tiananmen Square in Beijing, ruthlessly dispersing what remained of tens of thousands of demonstrators who had been occupying it – and demanding political reforms – for more than a month. In the United States, the outrage to this event was sharp and widespread. President George Bush and his National...

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The Ability in Disability Panel & Short Film

Saturday, June 1 at 1:00 PM Cole Auditorium at Greenwich Library (Greenwich Film Festival) Livestream Below We often hear that Hollywood films lack diversity, but rarely do we hear about the lack of employment of those with disabilities. When sexual orientation, race, and gender are always at the forefront of this matter, what can we...

FOUR YEARS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD—1989—ENDING THE COLD WAR
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FOUR YEARS THAT CHANGED THE WORLD—1989—ENDING THE COLD WAR

Thirty years ago, on May 29, 1989, President George H.W. Bush led NATO to adopt his proposals to begin the unwinding of the cold war with the Soviet Union. Although the summit meeting six months later between George Bush and Mikhail Gorbachev at Malta – which took place in December of 1989 – is usually celebrated as being the milestone date for the end of the cold war, Malta would never have happened without the events that came together in Brussels over Memorial Day Week in 1989.

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USA Today: The next Bush generation: Pierce Bush considering run for grandfather George H.W. Bush’s former Congress seat

Pierce Bush, the grandson of late President George H.W. Bush, may try to follow in his grandfather’s footsteps. Bush, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Lone Star, said in a statement that he is “seriously considering running” in 2020 for the 7th Congressional District, which is located in the Houston suburbs. George H.W. Bush held...

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KWTX: Bush library wants the plane and the locomotive

COLLEGE STATION, Texas (KWTX) The George and Barbara Bush Foundation wants both a locomotive and a plane to exhibit at the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, but not just any locomotive and not just any plane. The foundation is requesting that an Air Force One plane that is set for...

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KBTX: George and Barbara Bush Foundation work to bring new exhibits to library

COLLEGE STATION, Tex. (KBTX) It was 14 years ago when the George Bush 4141 locomotive was designed by Union Pacific in honor of President George H.W. Bush.That train was special then, but holds even more meaning now after it carried him from Houston to College Station during his funeral last December. Now the 4141 engine...

George H. W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation Becomes “the George And Barbara Bush Foundation”
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George H. W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation Becomes “the George And Barbara Bush Foundation”

Re-Named Foundation Adds New Family Board Members, Opens Houston Satellite in Former President’s Office COLLEGE STATION, TX – The George H. W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation today announced that, consistent with the wishes of President and Mrs. Bush and their family, its Board of Directors has approved changing the name of the organization to become the...