* First Lady Michelle Obama on husband’s legacy of hope (2016-12-16)

CBS This Morning – “During her eight years in Washington, First Lady Michelle Obama advocated for several causes, including healthy families and improved education for girls around the world. She also had some fun along the way. The first lady spoke with Oprah Winfrey in her final interview at the White House for a special that airs next week. First on ‘CBS This Morning,’ Mrs. Obama addresses her husband’s legacy and whether he stayed true to a core belief.”

* Sahar Adish: The Power of an Afghan Girl’s Education (2007-11-26)

International Rescue Committee – “Since 1980, the International Rescue Committee has helped nearly 7,000 Afghans start new lives in the U.S. A shining example of the resettled Afghan story-and the power of a girl’s education-is Sahar Adish. Sahar is now a 19 year-old pre-med student at the University of Virginia and recently received a prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for a film she helped to make telling her family’s heroic story of escape from the Taliban. On November 7, 2007 Sahar inspired a crowd of over 750 guests at the IRC’s Freedom Award dinner, which officially kicked off a year-long celebration of the IRC’s 75th anniversary.”