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Barbara Jordan Forum 2012

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

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Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98), Mike Reyna (MPAff '82) and Dana DeBeauvoir (MPAff '81)
Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98), Tura Campanella Cook (MPAff '81) and Tessa Nira (MPAff '82)
LBJ School Alumni Table Hosts:

(L to R, Back Row) Leslie Friedlander (MPAff '84), Brad Englert (MPAff '84), Dana DeBeauvoir (MPAff '81), LBJ School Dean Robert Hutchings, Mike Reyna (MPAff '82), Deece Eckstein (JD '88), Ladi Mosadomi (MPAff '07), and Stephen Niemeyer (MPAff '92).

(L to R, Front Row) Tess Nira (MPAff '82), Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98), Tura Campanella Cook (MPAff '81), Katie O'Brien (MPAff '11)
Chelsea Brass, Barbara Jordan Student Co-Chair
Barbara Jordan Forum 2012
Garry Davis, Barbara Jordan Student Co-Chair
Phillip Nevels, Barbara Jordan Student Co-Chair
Barbara Jordan Forum 2012
Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98) and LBJ School Dean Robert Hutchings
Stephen Niemeyer (MPAff '92)
LBJ School Dean Robert Hutchings
Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98)
Zach Child, Second-Year MGPS student
Barbara Jordan Forum 2012
Salomon Torres (MPAff '90)
Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98) and Greg Anderson, a representative of the Austin Mayor's Office. Anderson presented Abrams with a proclamation stating Feb. 21 to be 'Stacey Y. Abrams Day.'
Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98) and Greg Anderson, a representative of the Austin Mayor's Office.
Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98) and the LBJ School Barbara Jordan Student Co-Chairs. 
(L to R) Phillip Nevels, Asha Dane'el, Stacey Abrams, Chelsea Brass, and Garry Davis
Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98) and Greg Anderson, a representative of the Austin Mayor's Office.

Georgia State Representative Stacey Abrams (MPAff '98) was the keynote speaker of the 16th Annual Barbara Jordan Forum, a week-long series of student-led events honoring the legacy of Barbara Jordan. Jordan was a professor at the LBJ School for 17 years until her death in 1996. Students created the Forum that same year to honor her memory.

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