The Ana Grace Project and Central Connecticut State University hosted “Love Wins Because She Persisted” on Aug. 14, featuring an intimate conversation with Chelsea Clinton and Nelba Marquez-Greene, founder of the Ana Grace Project. Clinton and Greene discussed the necessity of leadership among women and girls, the Love Wins movement, and more before fielding questions from the audience. Clinton also signed copies of her new children’s book, “She Persisted,” at receptions in Alumni Hall before and after the main presentation at Welte auditorium.

Read The Courant’s coverage of the event here.