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We're sorry. Due to the coronavirus public health emergency, onsite Library programs have been cancelled through December 31, 2020. For information on our regular digital programming visit: www.fdrlibrary.org/at-home-with-the-roosevelts.
Wednesday, Nov 19, 6:30pm
Lucretia Mott's Heresy with Carol Faulker
Lucretia Mott was viewed in her time as a dominant figure in the dual struggles for racial equality and women's rights. Join the Roosevelt Library and the Mid Hudson Antislavery History Project -- in conjunction with the National Archives Foundation's "Rightfully Hers" programming with support from Maggie & Robert Boroujerdi -- for a discussion with Mott historian Professor Carol Faulkner and Library Director Paul Sparrow.
Wednesday, Nov 25, 2pm
Facebook Premiere Event
Conversations: The Hoover Roosevelt Transition
FDR Library Director Paul Sparrow hosts a conversation with Hoover Library Director Thomas Schwartz about the relationship between the two men during the 1932 campaign and the transition between their presidencies, examining their different philosophies in the role of government and the protection of individual liberty and freedom.
Wednesday Dec 2, 2pm
A Date Which Will Live In infamy
Facebook Live Event with Q&A
The Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 caught America off guard and galvanized support for the war. What motivated the Japanese and why weren't we more prepared.
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Hudson Valley Vision Award Ceremony:
Honoring Bernard Handel
Location: Henry A. Wallace Center
The Trustees of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum and the Roosevelt Institute invite you to join them for the FRANKLIN AND ELEANOR ROOSEVELT HUDSON VALLEY VISION AWARD CEREMONY honoring Bernard Handel Date/Time TBD. Handel is being recognized for his efforts to improve the future of the Hudson Valley that have resulted in new innovations, creative solutions and an enhanced quality of life for all. FDR Presidential Library. Proceeds support the FDR Library.