Laurene Powell Jobs: 'Steve Has Public Legacy and a Private Legacy' [Video]
Laurene Powell Jobs speaks publicly for the first time on Steve Jobs' legacy and immigration reform.
Powell Jobs appeared on Rock Center with Brian Williams to promote the film "The Dream Is Now" that focuses on the The DREAM Act (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) which would provide high school graduates or students or those who have served in the military a pathway towards legal status.
Although she would not comment on her husband's death she did say:
"I think Steve has a public legacy and a private legacy. In the public we see the products that he created that he cared so deeply about, that changed all of our lives, the way that we function and communicate. What he wanted to do in his life was create tools that allowed people to work at the highest levels, and I think he did that. So that legacy is beautiful for me to live with. His private legacy with me and the kids is that of husband and father and we miss him everyday."
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