Revolution of Hope: The Life, Faith and Dreams of a Mexican President

October 12, 2007

How does one become president of a nation? We’ll find out this evening with former Mexican President Vicente Fox. He tells the story of his journey from humble beginnings in rural Mexico to the presidency of one of the world’s largest and most important countries in a new book “Revolution of Hope: The Life, Faith and Dreams of a Mexican President” (Viking, 2007). Fox is in town for a number of events including appearances at the World Affairs Council of Dallas Fort Worth and the Cornerstone Speakers Initiative at Highland Park United Methodist Church.Artist Mel Zeigler will join us for the Scene segment this evening to discuss his process and how culture and the collective experience are reflected in his work and the work of other artists today. Zeigler’s in town for this weekend’s symposium “Collecting and Collectivity” at Southern Methodist University.


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