September 25th, 2014
04:09 PM ET

Three hot topics in three minutes with President Bill Clinton

During a CNN Special Town Hall, former President Bill Clinton sat down with Erin Burnett to discuss Syria, race,T domestic violence and much more. We have the highlights OutFront.

Here are additional clips for the #CNNTownHall:

Filed under: Clinton Town Hall • International • ISIS • Syria
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  1. Joey at Purdue Univ

    "Ordinary people have more power to do public good than ever before because of the rise of non-governmental organizations, because of the global media culture, because of the Internet, which gives people of modest means the power, if they all agree, to change the world. When former President Bush and I were asked to work on the tsunami, before we did the Katrina work, Americans, many of whom could not find the Maldives or Sri Lanka on a map, gave $1.2 billion to tsunami aid. Thirty percent of our households gave. Half of them gave over the Internet, which means you don’t even have to be rich to change the world if enough people agree with you. But we have to do this." (WJC)

    September 25, 2014 at 7:18 pm | Reply

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