PROGRAM CANCELLATION: This program has been canceled to help support the city’s efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the health of our visitors and staff. More details on our Visit page. New-York Historical Society will reach out to all ticket buyers to review refund and ticket-to-donation options.
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Bill Moyers is internationally recognized for his outstanding contributions to journalism and his advocacy for freedom of speech. With the rise of xenophobia, inequality, and virulent strains of populism threatening democratic institutions around the globe, Moyers reflects on how history and memory affect the journalism that is critical to the preservation of just societies.
Bill Moyers has worked in broadcast journalism for more than five decades. In addition to his numerous landmark television series, he was a founding organizer and deputy director of the Peace Corps, a special assistant to President Lyndon B. Johnson, and White House press secretary from 1965 to 1967. Philip Bobbitt (moderator), a leading constitutional theorist, is Herbert Wechsler Professor of Federal Jurisprudence at Columbia Law School. He has an extensive history of government service and has served in all three branches of government during six administrations, both Republican and Democratic.
The Robert H. Smith Auditorium at the New-York Historical Society, 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024
This program has reached capacity. There will be a standby line the evening of the program. One hour before the program begins, we will begin handing out standby numbers with members receiving priority. Shortly before the program begins, we would begin selling tickets if we are able to do so. Standby does not guarantee admission.
Advance purchase is required to guarantee seating. All sales are final; refunds and exchanges not permitted. Programs and dates may be subject to change. Management reserves the right to refuse admission to latecomers.