Remembering the Legacy of Robert F. Kennedy

When:
June 14, 2018 @ 7:00 pm
2018-06-14T19:00:00-04:00
2018-06-14T19:15:00-04:00
Where:
Walter and Leonore Annenberg Theater
555 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20001
USA
Cost:
Members-Only
Remembering the Legacy of Robert F. Kennedy @ Walter and Leonore Annenberg Theater | Washington | District of Columbia | United States

Kerry Kennedy, daughter of Robert F. Kennedy, shares personal remembrances of her father and discusses the influence that he continues to have on the issues at the heart of America’s identity.

Kennedy is the author of the new book, “Robert F. Kennedy: Ripples of Hope,” which features her own thoughts as well as conversations with politicians, media personalities, celebrities and leaders who discuss his advocacy for civil rights, education, justice and peace.

Other contributors to the book include Harry Belafonte, Tony Bennett, Bono, Bill Clinton, George Clooney, Tim Cook, Marian Wright Edelman, Dolores Huerta, John Lewis, Soledad O’Brien, Barack Obama, Howard Schultz, Gloria Steinem and Alfre Woodard.

Barbara A. Perry

Barbara A. Perry

Barbara A. Perry, the Gerald L. Baliles Professor and Director of Presidential Studies at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, will moderate the conversation. She has authored or edited 12 books on the Supreme Court and presidents, including several on the Kennedy family.

The Newseum’s “1968: Civil Rights at 50” exhibit tells the story of Robert F. Kennedy and chronicles his fight for civil rights as well as his assassination on June 5, 1968.

Members may RSVP for this program by emailing membership@newseum.orgBecome a Newseum member now to reserve your spot at this program, receive free admission for a full year and get priority seating at this program and others.

A VIP reception will be hosted before the program for Friends of the First Amendment Society and Corporate Engagement Program members. To learn how you can attend this VIP function, please contact Cecelia Cizek at 202/292-6557, or ccizek@newseum.org.

Altria

Contributing support for “1968: Civil Rights at 50” has been provided by Altria Group.

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