MEDIA ADVISORY                                                                                                      

June 15, 2017

Leading Through Division: How President Abraham Lincoln’s Wisdom  

Offers Lessons to Address America’s 21st Century Divides

 The Faith & Politics Institute Hosts June 21st Forum in Washington, D.C. with Bestselling Lincoln Historian & Author Ronald C. White & U.S. Representatives Will Hurd, Joaquin Castro & David Price

WASHINGTON – Can the wisdom of President Abraham Lincoln inspire modern leaders to address America’s divided politics?  The Faith & Politics Institute (FPI) will host a forum with noted Lincoln historian and bestselling author Ronald C. White, and U.S Representatives Will Hurd (R-TX), Joaquin Castro (D-TX), and David Price (D-NC) in Washington, D.C. on June 21st to address that important question.

White is the author of three national bestselling books on the 16th President:  A. Lincoln: A Biography, Lincoln’s Greatest Speech: The Second Inaugural, and The Eloquent President: A Portrait of Lincoln Through His Words. 

Who:   FPI President and CEO Joan Mooney, Lincoln historian and bestselling author Ronald C. White, and U.S Representatives Will Hurd (R-TX), Joaquin Castro  (D-TX) and David Price (D-NC)

What: Leading Through Division: How President Abraham Lincoln’s Wisdom Offers Lesson to Address America’s 21st Century Divides. Introduction by Congressman Price followed by a bipartisan panel discussion featuring Congressmen Hurd, Castro, and Price 

When: Wednesday, June 21, 2017 6:30 P.M. Reception, 7:00 P.M. Presentation

Where: Reserve Officers Association, Banquet Ballroom 1 CONSTITUTION AVENUE, N.E. Washington, D.C.

Media seeking to cover the event should RSVP to josh@edsassociates.com. Members of the public who wish to attend should RSVP to this link. For questions, please call 202-546-1299.

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