The Emerging Hispanic Growth Story
As the son of a Mexican mother and a recognized leader in the Hispanic community, George P. Bush understands the fact that the dynamics of race in America are changing dramatically. Over the next few decades, our nation will shift to a minority-driven society. Credited with encouraging a historic number of people in the Latino community to vote in the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections, Bush provides a personal perspective on how these shifts create challenges and opportunities for everyone in this highly informative presentation.
Lessons I Learned from My Grandfather: The Importance of Public Service
What does public service mean to us as Americans in the present day? In this riveting, thought-provoking speech, George P. Bush shares his personal story of how he came to embrace a life of public service. He draws on the example given to him by his grandfather, the 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush, whom he calls the finest example of public service he has ever known. Bush takes audiences on a journey from the World War II generation - which pursued service without question - through the 9/11 generation - which has involved itself voluntarily in military service, is applying to "three letter agencies" at record highs, and is actively involved in such service pursuits as Teach for America and the Peace Corps.
The Challenges Facing the Post-9/11 Generation
Election 2012 & the Changing Political Landscape