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What We’re Watching – November 21, 2013
President and Mrs. Bush sat down with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show this week to discuss a variety of topics and to congratulate Leno for hosting the late-night show for more than two decades.
President Bush talked about life in Dallas, his family and his artwork. He even unveiled a special surprise for Leno - a portrait of the late-night talk show host.
President and Mrs. Bush discussed the work of the Bush Institute, highlighting the Warrior Open to honor our Nation’s vets, as well as the Global Health initiative’s Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon program to save lives in sub-Saharan Africa. Mrs. Bush mentioned her recent trip to Washington, D.C. where she voiced support for Afghan women and discussed the importance of ensuring gains for women and girls in Afghanistan are maintained.
Check out the full show with President and Mrs. Bush:
What’s Happening in Afghanistan?
While there have been tremendous gains in Afghanistan, lack of security threatens these gains daily.
We Can All Serve, and We Should
This nation was founded on the ideals of freedom and those freedoms are protected because of those who served on and off the battlefield.
Q&A with Dr. Nilofar Ibrahimi, Member of Parliament, Afghanistan
Dr. Nilofar Ibrahimi is a member of the national assembly of Afghanistan. She represents Badakhshan province in the Wolesi Jirga (house of representatives). Her story is one of survival, pursuit of dreams, and dedication to women’s well-being and health. Here, Dr. Ibrahimi shares her thoughts on the current state of Afghan women’s empowerment, the challenges women face in achieving equal rights, and the impact women have on the country’s long-term peace, security, and prosperity.