Yes, We Can?
The event “Yes, We Can?” took place on October 13 in Hamburg, Germany at the Koerber Forum. Michael Werz, a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, spoke about the first year of the new administration and the meaning of Barack Obama’s multiethnic background.
Other participants in the event, moderated by U.S. journalist Melinda Crane, were Karsten Voigt, coordinator of U.S.-German relations in the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin, and Hamburg-based writer Lu Yen Roloff.
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