Antonia Felix: “Elizabeth Warren: Her Fight. Her Work. Her Life”
Thursday, October 11, 2018
TIME: 12:15pm – Lunch served; 1-2pm – Presentation and Q&A. (Bar opens 11:30am)
EVENT TYPE: Speaker Luncheon
Many know Elizabeth Warren from her televised senate hearings, commentaries on cable TV, and snippets of her story found in her own books. But how do her childhood friends from Oklahoma and former law school faculty colleagues remember her? What do her law students find most memorable about her in the classroom and as a mentor? Who is Elizabeth Warren, according to those who have lived and worked alongside her? Biographer Antonia Felix, Ed.D., shares these insights and many more in her presentation about her new book, Elizabeth Warren: Her Fight. Her Work. Her Life, which covers Warren’s childhood in Oklahoma and controversial claim of Native American ancestry to her rise as an icon of progressive politics.
“Compelling, important, and relevant to the present and future of America.”
—Robert B. Reich, former U.S. Secretary of Labor
Antonia Felix is the New York Times bestselling author of 18 nonfiction books, including biographies of Sonia Sotomayor and Wesley Clark. She has lectured frequently on women in power and appeared on CNN, MSNBC, FoxNews, SkyNews, NPR, PBS’s “Washington Journal,” CNN International, BBC, CBS Radio, and Sirius X|M.
The book will be available for purchase and signing.
PRICE: $25 Members; $30 Non-members ; $15 Young Dems (Includes lunch). $10 Lecture only