PFAW Foundation Celebrates 30 Years of Defending Constitutional Values in New York

Earlier this month, Norman and Lyn Lear hosted a celebration of the organization’s 30th anniversary with a party in New York City. And what a celebration it was!

Board members, supporters, friends and staff came together to toast three decades of defending the Constitutional values that are at the core of our nation.

Board member Alec Baldwin spoke about his involvement with the organization and why producing accurate information about the far Right is so important.

Norman Lear talked about why he founded the organization 30 years ago, and why our work remains relevant today.

And former President Bill Clinton stopped by to talk about the state of the country, the role of government and the time he almost became President of People For the American Way.  (He decided to run again for governor of Arkansas.  That seems to have worked out well…)

PFAWF President Michael Keegan, Former U.S. President Bill Clinton, PFAWF Co-founder Norman Lear, and Youth Leadership Programs Director Andrew Gillum

President Clinton, Lyn Lear, Michael Keegan and Board Member Alec Baldwin

Andrew Gillum, PFAW Board Member Carole Shields, President Clinton and PFAWF Board Member Rabbi David Saperstein

Board Member Ronald Feldman, Alec Baldwin, President Clinton and Andrew Gillum take their turns at the podium

President Clinton and Norman Lear greet each other …

… and hug it out

Michael Keegan, Norman Lear and Alec Baldwin wish PFAW Foundation "Happy Birthday"

Norman at the podium with a commemorative 30th Anniversary print made specially for People For the American Way Foundation by renowned artist Ed Ruscha seen in the background


30th Anniversary, Norman Lear