George W. Bush Presidential Library
The George W. Bush Presidential Center has been officially dedicated. Thursday’s late morning ceremony ended with the nation’s 43rd president giving a closing speech as tears welled in his eyes.
Police have detained at least three people during a protest march in Dallas near the dedication site of the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
Today the eyes of the nation are on North Texas for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Southern Methodist University.
The dedication ceremony for former President George W. Bush’s Presidential Library at SMU is under heavy security. However, New School’s Troy Hughes made his way to the SMU campus in the early hours…
Protestors are expected to demonstrate at Thursday’s dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Library in Dallas. But as security tightens around the event, protestors and hopeful viewers likely won’t get too close.
Both of their families were gathering for the library dedication on the campus of Southern Methodist University, an event that will put five living U.S. presidents, including President Barack Obama, on the same stage.
The museum traces the President’s early life and the first months of his administration when goals were Education and Immigration.
The George W. Bush Presidential Center, what’s being called a prestigious gem for SMU, will be dedicated on Thursday and publicly opened May 1.
The presidential library and museum is a prestigious gem for SMU.
Every living U.S. president will converge in Dallas on Thursday for the George W. Bush Presidential Center dedication. Preparations by the Dallas Police Department, surrounding law enforcement agencies and the Secret Service started months ago.
Monday’s bombings of the Boston Marathon raised questions about security for the upcoming dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center on April 25.
George W. Bush has already surpassed his goal of raising more than $300 million to support his presidential library.