Montclair Public Library Presents Open Book/Open Mind Series: Trump’s First 100 Days

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Open Book/Open Mind Series: Trump’s First 100 Days

On Sunday, January 8, Montclair Public Library & Foundation will present Open Book / Open Mind Series: Trump’s First 100 Days.

The changes to our government and its policies are sure to be fast and furious in the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency. Jonathan Alter, NBC / MSNBC News Correspondent and bestselling biographer of Obama and FDR; Stephen Engelberg editor-in-chief of ProPublica; and Thomas Johnson, Executive Editor of Bloomberg Politics, tell citizens what they need to know to get prepared. Among the topics of discussion will be the fate of the Affordable Care Act; potential schisms between Trump and other Republican leaders; climate change; race relations; wealth inequity; the reckoning of the media; and how ordinary citizens can engage long before the next election.

Open Book / Open Mind Series: Trump’s First 100 Days
Sunday, January 8 at 4 pm
Montclair Public Library, 50 South Fullerton Avenue, Montclair, NJ, 07042
Free pre-registration for the discussion is sold out but first come, first served seats will be available the afternoon of the event. More info online here or call 973-744-0500 ext 2235.

 

 

 

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Montclair is relatively heterogenous and, it could fairly be said, takes pride in its diversity. Has Montclair named a street or school after Dr. King? Why is that?

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