Haley became a part of the Bill of Rights Institute team in the Fall of 2019 bringing a background in content management and business development focused on technology application. Her experience ranges from magazine publication to broadcast television production to digital media distribution. Having graduated from the University of Maryland with a B.A. in History and a minor in Law and Society, she has always been fascinated by the past and present issues the nation faces and values the importance of preserving a truly free society.
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Haley's Recommended Content
Disney: Walt’s World
Disney World, Disney+, Donald Duck. The legacy of Walt Disney is all around us, but what do we actually know about the creator of the multi-industry empire we have all grown up with? In our last episode of 2020, Mary, Gary, and Eryn, are joined by special guest Tracey Downey, teacher and long-time Disney World cast member, to examine the relationship between the entrepreneur Walt Disney and his company today. What can Tracy's unique insider perspective teach us about the thoughtfulness that goes into the Disney experience? How important is Walt's vision to the present-day company?
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Reading Winston Churchill’s Sinews of Peace | A Primary Source Close Read w/ BRI
BRI staff members Mary Patterson and Tony Williams discuss Winston Churchill’s 1946 “Sinews of Peace” address, in which he issued a biting repudiation of the spreading Communism throughout Eastern Europe in the wake of World War II. With President Harry S. Truman in attendance, the former British prime minister delivered this "Iron Curtain" speech to an American audience in Fulton, MO, stressing the important role the United States occupied as the leader of the free world in the global fight against tyranny. Join Tony and Mary as they explore the significance of Churchill’s speech in presaging the Cold War!