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Hillary Clinton was in Oslo, Norway today, International Women’s Day, to receive an honorary doctorate at the BI Business School.

Our best compliments, Mme. Secretary!

Look for Hillary around the 38:33 minute mark.

OSLO, NORWAY – MARCH 08: Hillary Clinton attends the Gender Equality Conference at BI Business School on March 8, 2019 in Oslo, Norway. (Photo by Rune Hellestad/Getty Images)

OSLO, NORWAY – MARCH 08: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends the BI Business School on The International Women’s Day on March 8, 2019 in Oslo, Norway. (Photo by Rune Hellestad – Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

OSLO, NORWAY – MARCH 08: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends the BI Business School on The International Women’s Day on March 8, 2019 in Oslo, Norway. (Photo by Rune Hellestad – Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

Just a personal note from me:  She always shines in these interviews and did so again today. I particularly liked this interviewer. There was something very simpatico about him. I liked his organization of the questions. Very pleasant. She was at ease. It was all around a nice atmosphere.

 

 

 

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Congratulations, Mme. Secretary!

 

 


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton highlighted the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast on Sunday at Wallace Community College-Selma.

Clinton received the 2019 International Unity Award and was inducted into the Women’s Hall of Fame by former Senator Hank Sanders and his wife, Rose Sanders.

“Women have a hard time when they seek position of power and fight for women’s rights,” Hank Sanders said. “She had to fight to become a Senator and fight to become Secretary of State.”

The capacity crowd in WCCS Gymnasium gave a thunderous standing ovation for Clinton, a former U.S. Presidential candidate in the Democrat party. The former First Lady connected the two honors.

“The two honors go hand in hand,” Clinton said. “The fight for Civil Rights, Women’s Rights and human Rights have been the driving force of my career. I’m humbled and honored to receive the award.”

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Hillary Clinton receives award at Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee Unity Breakfast

HIllary Clinton receives award in Selma

HIllary Clinton receives award in Selma

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received the International Unity Award at the Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King Unity Breakfast in Selma, Alabama Sunday morning.

The breakfast was one of the events during the annual Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee.

Clinton was also inducted into the National Voting Rights Museum Women’s Hall of Fame.

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Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

 

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Well-deserved! Congratulations, Mme. Secretary!


A newly finished hall in a building undergoing construction in the Hudson Valley has been dedicated to former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

The 19th century historic three-floor brick building will soon be home to the Rockland Pride Center. Hillary Clinton made a rare public appearance Thursday in the Hudson Valley to advocate for the LGBTQ community in Nyack.

The center will offer counseling, support and medical services to the LGBTQ community.

The Hillary Rodham Clinton Hall of Social Justice is the first part of the center that has been finished, and Clinton’s appearance at the hall is part of a capital campaign to raise money to complete the building.

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Hillary Clinton to participate in Selma’s 27th annual Bridge Crossing Jubilee

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Hillary Clinton is headlining the 2019 Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee hosted Feb. 28–March 4, at which she plans to announce her support of the national initiative Lift Our Vote 2020.

At the jubilee, Clinton will be awarded the International Unity Award as well as inducted into the National Voting Rights Museum Women’s Hall of Fame.

She will also be giving several speeches throughout the days-long event, including at the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast on the Wallace Community College Selma campus at 7:30 a.m. on March 3 and at the Historic Brown Chapel AME Church.

She will then participate in the Bloody Sunday March.

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Hillary teamed up with Governor Andrew Cuomo at Barnard on Monday. Cuomo is calling for the NY Assembly to promote the Reproductive Health Act.

 


Former Secretary of State and 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton joined New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to call for the codification of abortion rights into New York state law and promote the Reproductive Health Act at a rally held at Barnard’s Diana Center on Monday morning.In past years, the issue of abortion rights has seen significant opposition by State Senate Republicans in New York, who lost majority control of the chamber in midterm elections in November. Currently, in-state abortion laws—written three years before the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court case—prohibit abortions after 24 weeks unless necessary to save the woman’s life. Roe v. Wade, which has faced greater scrutiny by increasingly conservative federal courts, upholds a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy by abortion before the third trimester.Through the proposed RHA, abortion would be decriminalized and put into public health law—a step expected to occur during the legislative session starting this Wednesday. Cuomo also announced that he will be proposing a state constitutional amendment to enshrine rights granted by Roe v. Wade into the New York State Constitution.

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Unfortunately, there is no video of this one that I have found.

 


Former U.S. president Bill Clinton listens to his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, during a conference at the Bell Centre Wednesday night.Former U.S. president Bill Clinton listens to his wife, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, during a conference at the Bell Centre Wednesday night.

The United States is making a mistake by moving in the opposite direction of Canada on cultural diversity, immigration and social harmony, former U.S. president Bill Clinton told a receptive audience in Montreal on Wednesday night.

“Canada has done such a good job of both managing its contemporary diversity and it has a very interesting immigration system,” he said at the Bell Centre, where he and his wife, former U.S. secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton, made their second stop on a paid speaking tour of North America.

The 13-stop tour, An Evening with the Clintons, began in Toronto on Tuesday.

“And yet it’s still Canada,” Clinton added. “And I just think that you can model the idea that you can become more diverse and still keep your culture and your values. It’s really very good for a modern economy.”

Canada has the capacity to embrace and influence the world in a positive way, he said.

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