Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Whoopi Goldberg added to Liberty Medal roster honoring Spielberg

Whoopi Goldberg will be at the National Constitution Center tomorrow night to speak about filmmaker Steven Spielberg, who directed her in "A Color Purple." President Clinton, who is also president of the NCC board, will present the 2009 Liberty Medal to Spielberg, a South Jersey native. Musician Richie Havens will close the ceremony by performing his song "Freedom", while Curtis Institute of Music violinist Nikki Chooi will perform the "Schindler's List" theme during the event which honors Spielberg for his humanitarian efforts.

Whoopi Goldberg added to Liberty Medal roster honoring Spielberg

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Whoopi Goldberg will be at the National Constitution Center tomorrow night to speak about filmmaker Steven Spielberg, who directed her in "A Color Purple." President Clinton, who is also president of the NCC board, will present the 2009 Liberty Medal to Spielberg, a South Jersey native. Musician Richie Havens will close the ceremony by performing his song "Freedom", while Curtis Institute of Music violinist Nikki Chooi will perform the "Schindler's List" theme during the event which honors Spielberg for his humanitarian efforts.

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