On October 24, 2012, FDR Four Freedoms State Park opened to the public nearly 40 years after it was designed by architect Louis Kahn. Now, 24 seasons later as summer fades to fall, the Park is set to reach a new milestone: our one millionth visitor!
We had too much to say for an instagram post, so we've written this blog to more fully express our gratitude for the wonderful experience we had this summer being a part of the Four Freedoms Park Conservancy team.
It has been 97 years to the day that FDR was afflicted by polio. We, the 2018 Four Freedoms High School Interns, each researched a different topic related to this subject. Read our blog to discover what we learned!
We, the Four Freedoms Interns, reflect on what FDR's freedoms mean to us and their connections to the world of the 21st century.
We are the Bloomberg Philanthropies Summer 2018 Interns!