Missed Donna Brazile at the Carver? Watch the webcast here.
More than 500 attended the Library’s official Black History Month launch at the Carver Community Cultural Center with special guest Donna Brazile. Library Director Ramiro S. Salazar and Carver Director Yonnie Blanchette welcomed Ms. Brazile to the stage.
Ms. Brazile immediately had the audience engaged with her witty and smart delivery on important issues like voting rights, education, public policy and more. The lecture was followed by a “selfie” opportunity and a brief reception with Library and Carver Board members. Photos will be posted on the Library’s social media pages in the coming days.
Watch the broadcast of the San Antonio Public Library’s special guest, Donna Brazile, as she discussed a wide array of current topics live from the Carver Community Cultural Center right here in San Antonio. Just click the link and you’ll be re-directed to the NowCastSA page where you can watch for free: http://nowcastsa.com/blogs/webcast-donna-brazile.
About Donna Brazile:
Donna Brazile’s candid, insightful and ‘real’ delivery will bring a refreshing perspective and practical sensibility to a discussion of today’s political and societal headlines.
Brazile is one of the best known, most influential African American women in modern American political life. Washingtonian Magazine named her one of the “100 Most Powerful Women in Washington, D.C.,” and Essence Magazine listed her as one of the “50 Most Powerful Women in America” by. She is also a weekly contributor and political commentator on CNN’s Inside Politics and American Morning.
Most notably, Brazile had a ringside seat to one of the most watched and polarizing elections in the nation’s history and became a part of it herself as Al Gore’s 2000 presidential campaign manager, a first for a black female.
Special thanks to NowCastSA, an independent non-profit news organization in San Antonio.