A Conversation with White House Chronicle Founder Llewellyn King

by Arturo Herrera on April 27, 2020

“A dark cloud is passing across the nation and the world. When it passes, how will we have changed? How will we react after this national jolt?”

Lessons from 60 Years of Observing Social Disruptions

That is opening line from one of Llewellyn King‘s recent and insightful blog posts. He goes on to chronicle how social beliefs changed after WWII, the turbulent 60s, energy crisis of the 70s and others as a kick off to additional articles about how life will change from the corona virus. A native of Zimbabwe, Llewellyn King began his journalism career in 1955 and has been a keen observer of humanity for more than 60 years.
Llewellyn is the founder and host of the long running “White House Chronicle,” a weekly news and public affairs program, airing nationwide on PBS and public, educational and government (PEG) access stations, the commercial AMGTV network, and SiriusXM Radio. Download Llewellyn’s biography.
Join SSF Executive Director Edward Saltzberg and Llewellyn looking back on the events transforming society over his journalistic career and his insights into new opportunities and pathways society can take to a more sustainable and equitable future.

A Conversation with White House Chronicle Founder Llewellyn King – Lessons From 60 Years of Observing Social Disruptions from Security & Sustainability Forum on Vimeo.

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