Lincoln and the American Dream
Abraham Lincoln and the American Dream
October 12, 2009
Chicago History Museum
1601 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60614
Abraham Lincoln may never have envisioned today’s multicultural society, but it was during his tenure in public office that the immigrant population grew significantly and faced great challenges.
Judge Castillo sees in Abraham Lincoln’s way of working with people of diverse perspectives and backgrounds, a guide for the law, ethics and leadership in our multicultural society.
Ruben Castillo, U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Illinois, reflected on Lincoln’s legacy and its impact regarding immigration, human rights, and citizenship today.
Watch the entire program or sections:
Lincoln’s Vision of Government’s Role
Lincoln’s View of our Duty in a Multicultural World
Lincoln’s View of Immigration
Multicultural Vision for America
The event was presented in partnership with the Chicago History Museum and was made possible through generous support from: