President Clinton: Celebrating the Legacy of Lewis and Clark and Preserving America's Natural Treasures
Wednesday, January 17, President Clinton will highlight the importance of preserving America's natural and historic heritage by creating or expanding eight national monuments, including two along the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail.
The Clinton-Gore Administration: Leadership for the New Millennium -- A Record of Digital Progress and Prosperity
Chief of Staff John Podesta released today a report outlining the Clinton-Gore Administration's record of digital progress and prosperity and preparing the United States for the Information Age of the 21st century. The Third Annual Report of the U.S. Government Working Group on Electronic Commerce, "Leadership for the New Millennium: Delivering on Digital Progress and Prosperity," details the Administration's accomplishments in promoting electronic commerce, using the Internet to address our most urgent social challenges, and establishing a strategy and vision for the future.
The Clinton/Gore Administration: New Efforts to Fight Sweatshops and Child Labor Around the World & Put A More Human Face on the
Tuesday, January 16: As part of the Clinton/Gore Administration's ongoing commitment to the improvement of working standards around the world, the Departments of Treasury and State will announce two new initiatives to protect workers, children, and families from abusive and unfair labor practices.
President Clinton Honors Martin Luther King Through Words and Deeds: Serves on King Holiday and Salutes America's Volunteers
Monday, January 15, President Clinton will join ninety Americorps members in repairing and painting the Greenleaf Senior Center in Washington, D.C. in honor of Martin Luther King. In 1994, the President signed the King Holiday and Service Act, establishing the King holiday as a national day of service, and for the fourth year in a row, President Clinton will participate in a community service project in recognition of this day.
President Clinton's Radio Address to the Nation: Prevention Resources For America
Saturday, January 13, in his weekly radio address, President Clinton will announce two new steps the White House Council on Youth Violence is taking to help address the problem of youth violence.