In 2003, the then-president of the American Library Association was named one of Ms. Magazine’s 10 “Women of the Year,”
As Chautauquans prepare to navigate the roads and highways toward their respective homes, Ray LaHood devoted the final lecture of the 2015 season to America’s crumbling infrastructure and the measures government must take to avert — and reverse — the crisis.
Israel may be a relatively new country, but the problems that prevent it from being a place of peace are ancient.
More racial diversity, greater economic inequality and wider polarization of politics separate contemporary America from any other era in the
The United States is one giant pothole, said former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood, and Congress does not care.
When the Rev. Michael McBride was physically and sexually assaulted by a police officer as a college student in 1999,
Since 2006, five Chautauqua Giants have been named at the end of each season. Their reveal, which will commence at
Alexie Torres-Fleming’s mother had a dream at the turn of the millennium.
As chairman and CEO of the Coca-Cola Company, a corporation that is often coupled with buzzword brands such as McDonald’s and Nike, Muhtar Kent is tasked with arguably one of toughest sales pitches in multinational commerce: that Coke actually cares about the communities in which it does business.
Just two weeks after joining the then-broken Atlanta Housing Authority, Carol R. Naughton found herself in the passenger seat of her boss’s car, surrounded by “drug boys” trying to block their path and demanding they turn around. The two were on their way to a meeting in the East Lake Meadows housing project, dubbed “Little Vietnam” by local authorities for its notorious violence, rampant crime and deep-seated poverty.