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David Paterson - Overcoming Obstacles and Making History.
(Convocations)

A life-long governmental and political figure, Paterson became the youngest state senator in New Yorks history when he was elected to represent Harlem, and later he became the state's first African-American legislative leader. In 2007, he was the states first African-American lieutenant governor and, in 2008, its first African-American governor. Blinded in childhood, he is an out-spoken advocate for the American Foundation for the Blind.

Location: Phelps-Stokes
Price: Free
Contact: Randall Roberts
E-Mail randall_roberts@berea.edu
859-985-3359
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