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NICD mourns the loss of Secretary Madeleine Albright

By March 24, 2022March 30th, 2022No Comments

We join the nation today in mourning the loss of Madeleine Albright, who led by the best principles of civil discourse and bipartisanship during her historic career in public service and especially as the first woman to ever serve as U.S. Secretary of State. Her service on the board of the National Institute for Civil Discourse was deeply appreciated.

“Her legacy as a survivor of Nazi Germany and Soviet communism who resolved to defend democratic values and stand up to the evil forces of authoritarianism from suffocating freedom and liberty has always been an inspiring one,” reflected NICD Executive Director Keith Allred. “That legacy is even more relevant during the global crisis instigated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.”

May her legacy by an example to us in these challenging times.

 

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“Her legacy as a survivor of Nazi Germany and Soviet communism who resolved to defend democratic values and stand up to the evil forces of authoritarianism from suffocating freedom and liberty has always been an inspiring one.”

Keith AllredNICD Executive Director