The Morgan Library & Museum celebrates the opening of 'Churchill: The Power of Words' with a lecture by Celia Sandys. Sandys, internationally acclaimed author, television presenter, and granddaughter of Sir Winston Churchill, will provide insight into Churchillís extraordinary leadership skills and his fascinating political and personal life. Presented in partnership with Hunter College/The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute and The Writing Center, and The Churchill Archives Centre. This lecture, part of The Tina Santi Flaherty-Winston Churchill Literary Series, is presented in partnership with Hunter College/The Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute and The Writing Center, and The Churchill Archives Centre. The exhibition Churchill: The Power of Words will be open until 9 pm.
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