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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

July at Clinton Center

July at the Clinton Presidential Center will take you to the Moon and to Mars, with a few stops in between. If a trip to the Aegean is more your speed, Forty Two, the Center’s onsite restaurant, “travels” to Greece for Around the World Thursday. And join us to commemorate Independence Day at the Center’s annual Fourth of July Family Festival
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Friday, June 26, 2009

Bill Clinton Woos Waterkeepers

The Waterkeeper Alliance has 189 programs on six continents around the world, and their mission is to champion for clean water and strong communities. This year's topic was on climate change and ways to mitigate its impact on waterways.Clinton said he has long had an interest in keeping waterways pristine.

Rudd, Bill Clinton discuss climate change

Mr Clinton also thanked the Prime Minister for the support that Australia was providing to address HIV/AIDS in the Asia-Pacific region, including through projects with the Clinton Foundation, the spokesman said.,25197,25693728-601,00.html?from=public_rss

Thursday, June 25, 2009

President Clinton Announces Program for 2009 Clinton Global Initiative

President Bill Clinton today announced the program for the Fifth Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) to be held September 22-25 in New York City.“As the Clinton Global Initiative approaches its Fifth Annual Meeting, I am looking forward to working together with some of the world’s most forward-looking CEOs, leaders from government and innovative non-profits to make progress on the great global challenges,” President Clinton said. “Through our Annual Meeting, CGI members have made upwards of 1,400 commitments that have already impacted more than 200 million people in 150 countries. I am excited to see what this year’s Annual Meeting will bring.”

Getting It Right by Bill Clinton

Time magazine’s cover: "WHAT BARACK OBAMA CAN LEARN FROM F.D.R." It includes an essay from Bill Clinton: "Roosevelt also knew that in a highly dynamic time like his -- or the one we're in now -- you have to do a lot more than one thing at a time. I was often criticized, just as President Obama is now, for trying to do too many things at once.........,28804,1906802_1906838_1906981,00.html

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Bill Clinton's summit evolves amid financial crisis

Responding to the global recession, former U.S. President Bill Clinton's philanthropic summit this year will focus on ways for companies to profit from tackling poverty, climate change, health and education. This year, the Clinton Global Initiative will concentrate on four new areas -- harnessing innovation for development, strengthening infrastructure, developing human capital and financing an equitable future.

President Bill Clinton to Deliver Keynote Address at 5th Annual World Healthcare Innovation and Technology Congress, November 10, 2009, Washington, D.

The 5th Annual World Healthcare Innovation and Technology Congress (WHIT 5.0), in conjunction with NaviNet, (formerly NaviMedix), America's largest real-time healthcare communications network, announces that President Bill Clinton will deliver a keynote presentation at the Washington D.C. conference on November 10, 2009.
President Clinton will join a roster of more than 80 speakers at WHIT 5.0, who are driving change in healthcare through technologies as the tool for innovation. The three-day event attracts more than 400 senior leaders from business and government for an in-depth discussion of the cutting-edge innovations that are shaping healthcare delivery.

Monday, June 22, 2009

After five years of pleading, Harlem middle school lands former President Bill Clinton for speech

"Critical thinking will never go out of style," he told students at the top-ranked city school, where some 75% of grads are going onto the city's elite specialized high schools or to private schools on full scholarships.
"We are going up or down together – people around the block and people across the globe," he told the crowd, which included Rep. Charles Rangel (D-Manhattan). "You've got a good start here. You know how to do it. And I urge you to press on."


CGSGI Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary

Today, the Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative (CGSGI) marks its two-year anniversary with two major announcements. In Colombia, CGSGI announces the completion of an innovative project to deliver basic health care to 55,000 people who otherwise lack access to medicine and treatment. In Peru, CGSGI announces the commencement of a social and economic development project: a four-year effort to restore vision and productivity among Peruvians through the delivery of 50,000 cataract surgeries. These announcements build on CGSGI’s efforts over 24 months to implement the vision of President Bill Clinton and Frank Giustra to work with local governments, the private sector, communities, and other NGOs to increase incomes, create jobs, and reduce barriers to productivity in the developing world in ways that can be locally sustained.

Bill Clinton to be interviewed by David Frost at Lady Taverners event

Bill Clinton will take to the stage at the London Hilton, Park Lane, on 30 October in a gala to help raise funds for the Lady Taverners charity.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Bill Clinton defends U.S. bailout moves

June 21 (UPI) -- Former U.S. President Bill Clinton says he would have sought federal bailouts of hard-hit U.S. financial institutions, but adds the deficit needs to be tackled

Interview with Bill Clinton (partial video)

VIDEO: baseball is America's story. good interview about minorities in baseball

Send a Clinton Foundation Fathers Day ecard

Dear Amy,
Today is Father's Day, and you probably know a dad who deserves thanks. Send him a personalized e-card with a special note from President Clinton. Each card features the Clinton Foundation's work to build a better world by tackling global challenges such as HIV/AIDS, climate change, and childhood obesity.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Bill Clinton spoke in IN tonight

Clinton spoke at a fundraising dinner for the Indiana Democratic Party in his return to a state where he made dozens of campaign stops last year on behalf of his wife Hillary as she faced Obama in the presidential primary

a blogger's account of Bill's speech


Clinton says in Ohio speech that Iran trying to "deny the modern world",0,293350.story
Clinton said the Iranian government is "trying to deny the modern world." He said Iranian authorities think they will lose control if people can say what they believe and go where they want.

After five long years, Bill Clinton will speak at Mott Hall School in Harlem

Clinton: Racial struggle is far from over

CINCINNATI -- The push for racial equality is far from over, in sports and in everyday life, former President Bill Clinton told a crowd at Major League Baseball's Beacon Awards on Saturday, part of its Civil Rights Game.
Clinton, who as president took part in MLB's ceremony retiring Jackie Robinson's No. 42 uniform number in 1997, spoke at a luncheon honoring Hall of Famer Hank Aaron, Muhammad Ali and entertainer Bill Cosby for the trio's contributions to civil rights and charitable works.....


Packed day today for Bill Clinton in my area

Bill Clinton will be down the street here in Cincinnati for the Civil Rights Game Lunch

Around 3 he will be in Cleveland doing a private fundraising event for Lee Fisher for Senate (where i will be).

He will be speaking at the IN democratic party JJ dinner this eve.

because i will be driving 4 hours to Cleveland and 4 hours back all today, my blog will be late posting these stories SORRY secret service said i cannot bring my computer!!!!

Friday, June 19, 2009

Bill Clinton Coming to Cincinnati: Star-filled lineup set for civil rights tribute

Former President Bill Clinton, entertainer Bill Cosby, boxing's Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard, basketball's Oscar Robertson, baseball's Hank Aaron and at least three other Hall of Famers are taking part. The weekend's events include Saturday night's game between the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago White Sox

Thursday, June 18, 2009

President Clinton Delivers Call to Action at
São Paulo, Brazil; Madrid, Spain; Lima, Peru, June 16, 2009 - President Bill Clinton, founder of the William J. Clinton Foundation and 42nd President of the United States, challenged students in Peru, Spain and Brazil to become citizen activists for the environment, their communities and those in need. He delivered his message of social entrepreneurship during speeches at three Laureate International Universities schools: Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas in Lima, Peru; Universidad Europea de Madrid in Madrid, Spain; and Universidade Anhembi Morumbi in São Paolo, Brazil.

Reminder Bill Clinton to speak in Indy on Saturday,0,5181045.story

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Transcript: Joint Press Conference by United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to Announce William J. Clinton as Special Envoy for Haiti

InfectiousRadio:Bill Clinton on live June 18

follow his directions

Bill Clinton to Keynote Campus Progress and The Nation Youth Journalism Conference

From Chelsea:For the dads in your life

Dear Amy

Throughout my life, my father, Bill Clinton, has been the busiest man I know. Even now, he's constantly on the go — finding new ways for his Foundation to make a difference in the fights against climate change, HIV/AIDS, childhood obesity, and other causes that motivate his hard work. But, no matter how busy he gets, my dad always has time to be my dad — to talk about our lives, to laugh together at a funny movie and, yes, to offer advice when I need it. On this Father's Day, he has a special message for other dads who, like him, have made fatherhood the number one priority in their lives. Please take a minute to read his note and check out the beautiful e-cards his Foundation has created for this occasion. Then, if you want, please send one to the father or fathers in your life.

People Waited For Bill Clinton


Bill Clinton defends DLC role, legacy
Former President Bill Clinton launched a spirited defense of the Democratic Leadership Council Tuesday night, crediting the centrist organization with the successes of his own presidency and his party’s electoral advances in recent years.
“I would have never become president if it wasn’t for you,” Clinton told a packed DLC gala honoring Al From, Read more:

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Monday, June 15, 2009

Netanyahu's terms "opening play": Bill Clinton
"It's just the beginning, and it's a drama that will have a few more acts," Clinton told reporters at the United Nations, where he was launching his new role as a U.N. special envoy for Haiti.

Bill Clinton: We must honor pledges of help for Haiti
''We want to encourage the donors both to honor the commitments they have already made at the donor's conference,'' Clinton said. ``We also want to do everything we can to make sure that these donor commitments are aligned as closely as possible with the Haitian program we have been given.''
Clinton made the announcement Monday at a U.N. press conference in New York

VIDEO: Clinton named UN Haiti envoy

Saturday, June 13, 2009

Bill Clinton: United States growing more diverse
He told an Arab-American audience of 1,000 people that the U.S. is no longer just a black-white country, nor a country that is dominated by Christians and a powerful Jewish minority, given the growing numbers of Muslims, Hindus and other religious groups here.

Payback: Bill Clinton's loyalty tour
Since January, Clinton has held a series of events to benefit his and his wife's political friends, including Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland, North Carolina Rep. Heath Shuler, North Carolina state Sen. Julia Boseman, New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, all of whom face the voters in 2010.
The newest campaign stop on his schedule is an upcoming fundraiser for Ohio Lt. Gov. Lee Fisher, a candidate for the Senate seat of retiring Republican Sen. George VoinovichRead more:

Friday, June 12, 2009

Bill Clinton speaks at the Worcester Boys & Girls Club
As former President Bill Clinton smiled and greeted throngs of young people after speaking tonight at the Worcester Boys & Girls Club, one of the hands he shook was Giovani Dulcio’s

other reports on this visit

includes VIDEO

Bill Clinton coming to Cleveland June 20

contact me via Facebook for details of the event.

Amy Dugan

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Bill Clinton to address McGovern rally at DCU Center
U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern stands to clear more than $100,000 for his re-election fund tomorrow night, with as many as 1,000 people expected to attend a $125-per-person rally featuring former President Bill Clinton.

Join Bill Clinton's causes on Facebook

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Clinton praises Franklin at ceremony
The former president was the final speaker at the two-hour celebration attended by hundreds of admirers of the late Duke professor and historian whose work laid the foundation of the study of African American history, Jane Stancill reports.

Bill Clinton Live stream Duke To Host June 11 Celebration In Honor Of John Hope and Aurelia Whittington Franklin

watch the live stream of Bill Clinton and others at Duke University today at 11am:

Click here for live stream


Clinton surprises Leesville grads
Clinton is in town to speak today at a memorial service in Durham for historian John Hope Franklin, who died in March.

Bill Clinton Sees Hope for Health Care Changes, This Time
“He’s got a better Congress, a more receptive climate,” Mr. Clinton said in a recent interview. “He also has, frankly, a better — at least more politically saleable — set of proposals.”

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Clinton Foundation plans solar power plants in India
A foundation backed by former US president Bill Clinton is in talks with the Gujarat and Rajasthan governments to build two 3,000 MW solar power plants, New and Renewable Energy Minister Farooq Abdullah said here Wednesday.

President Clinton pays brief visit to Sherman
Clinton landed at North Texas Regional Airport early Wednesday afternoon and traveled in a small motorcade. He was in town for a cousin's funeral.
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Monday, June 8, 2009

President Bill Clinton to Deliver Keynote Remarks at ADC Convention
President Clinton will headline the Saturday Evening Gala Banquet Dinner on June 13th at 7:30pm.

Clinton Foundation proposes to set up solar thermal power plant in state
The Clinton Foundation, headed by former US President Bill Clinton, has proposed a solar thermal power project of about 5,000 MW capacity in Gujarat. The Foundation has also proposed to establish a state-of-the-art ‘Solar Park’ on the lines of a special economic zone (SEZ).

Ann Lewis event with Bill Clinton has discount ticket price for young people

they are advertising a “young professionals’” ticket at $118
waiting on answer to what they call young.

contact Meliissa
Melissa Kaplan
Development Director
National Jewish Democratic Council
O: 202.216.9612

Clinton Global Initiative: Folk artists design annual awards

Former President Bill Clinton, a folk art fan, has commissioned three Santa Fe International Folk Art Market artists to make the prizes that will be presented in September to the winners of the Clinton Global Citizen Awards. The award honors individuals and organizations for their contributions to solving global challenges.

Space Exhibit Opening At Clinton Library

Anyone interested in learning to land a space shuttle can give it a try at the Clinton Presidential Center this summer.The space shuttle landing simulator is among a collection of artifacts and hands-on items that span the history of the U.S. space program and will be on exhibit through Aug. 30.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Bill Clinton event chair honoring our good friend Ann Lewis

Dear friends and Hillary supporters

I know you aren't all in the DC area, but if you
can be here for this event, I hope you will all
join me and President Bill Clinton for a
special reception
honoring our good friend Ann Lewis
who will receive the NJDC Belle Moskowitz Award

Tuesday, June 16, 2009
5:30- 7:30 p.m.
National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Avenue in Washington, DC

President Bill Clinton is the event chair and will be an honored guest at this very special evening, which is a fundraiser for the National Jewish Democratic Council.

Ticket prices range from $500 to $5000. For more information or to R.S.V.P. please contact Melissa Kaplan at 202.216.9612 or To R.S.V.P. online please go to

I look forward to seeing you all there!



Kim Gandy, President
National Organization for Women

Friday, June 5, 2009

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Bill Clinton will speak at a Duke University celebration in honor of John Hope Franklin

Duke University will host “A Celebration of the Lives of John Hope and Aurelia Whittington Franklin,” on Thursday, June 11, to honor the late historian and his late wife, who were married on June 11, 1940.
Featured speakers at the event include former U.S. President Bill Clinton,

Bill Clinton, Jon Bon Jovi to headline Voices benefit event

Former President Bill Clinton and rock icon Jon Bon Jovi will keynote and perform, respectively, at this year's Voices of September 11th annual fundraising event on June 8 at Pier Sixty at Chelsea Piers in New York, NY. In addition to a cocktail reception, there will also be a silent auction, including a signed guitar by Jon Bon Jovi.
Patron tickets are $250, and benefactor tickets are $500, which includes reserved seating. Reserved tables range from $5,000 to $25,000, plus one ticket to a VIP reception. Tickets can be purchased through the organization's Web site.

Saturday, June 6th - BBQ with President Clinton at the McAuliffes' home in Virginia 2:30 pm

Please join us for the final reception before the primary benefiting
Friends of Terry McAuliffe
with special guest
President Bill Clinton
June 6, 2009 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
At the Home of Terry and Dorothy McAuliffe 7527 Old Dominion Drive, McLean, Virginia
If you have any questions or to R.S.V.P. please contact Adrian Baker at 571-633-4833 or

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Watch remarks President Clinton gave at the C40 Large Cities Climate Summit in Seoul

7 minute video

Watch remarks President Clinton gave at the C40 Large Cities Climate Summit in Seoul, South Korea, a conference where mayors and city officials from more than 40 of the world’s largest cities gathered to brainstorm ways to combat climate change.

Save the Rainforests - President Bill Clinton’s Call to Action at Ethanol Summit
This week Sao Paulo, Brazil is hosting one of the world’s largest gatherings of the international biofuels industry. The Ethanol Summit 2009 was kicked off in part by President Bill Clinton who noted that Brazil is known for producing the most energy efficient and cost competitive ethanol in the world using sugarcane. The downside, though, says Clinton, is that the country’s increase in ethanol production is a precursor to the continued destruction of the rainforests.

Watch President Clinton answer your questions

The urgency of the climate crisis requires each of us to do our part.There is no time to waste. The Clinton Climate Initiative, a projectof the William J. Clinton Foundation, works with more than 40 cities to reduce their giant carbon footprint. But we can’t continue our work without the generosity of supporters like you. Watch President Clinton’s video response to your questions about climate change, and support our work today using the form to the left.