Hillary Clinton will sit down for "a wide-ranging keynote conversation" with Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey at Harvard University next week, the Ivy League school has announced.
The conversation will take place on May 25 during Harvard's commencement week, during which the former first lady and secretary of state will receive the school’s Radcliffe Medal for her "transformative impact on society."
According to WBUR, Boston's NPR news station, Healey’s office has filed suit or signed on to legal challenges against the Trump administration 26 times — “making her one of the busiest anti-Trump attorneys general in the country.” The lawsuits involve immigration, healthcare and environmental and other issues.
The school did not say what subjects will be covered in the conversation between Clinton and Healey, graduated from Harvard in 1992 and has been attorney general since 2015.
Madeleine Albright, another former secretary of state and Radcliffe medalist, Madeleine will also be present, delivering a "personal tribute" to Clinton.
Past recipients of the Radcliffe Medal include Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, former U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and former U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole.
"As an attorney, a first lady, a senator, a secretary of state, and the first woman nominated by a major party for the U.S. presidency, Secretary Clinton has worked tirelessly over the course of decades in the public eye, often under unprecedented scrutiny, to make meaningful change," The Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard said in a statement.
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