Robert F. Kennedy & the 1960s - 92Y, New York

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Robert F. Kennedy & the 1960s

Frye Gaillard and Kerry Kennedy

Robert Kennedy was a central figure during 1960s, as he embodied hope and idealism in a time of tragedy and division.

Join award-winning journalist, Frye Gaillard, and Robert F. Kennedy's daughter, Kerry Kennedy, as they discuss this turbulent decade, the legacy of Robert Kennedy—and more broadly of the 1960s—against the backdrop of problems still unsolved.

Introduction will be made by Doug Tanner who is a founder of and long term director of the Faith and Politics Institute in Washington, D.C., where he organized frequent civil rights tours of Birmingham and Selma for members of Congress and the general public, often led by John Lewis.

Book sale & signing after the event.

Kerry Kennedy

Kerry Kennedy is the President of Robert. F. Kennedy Human Rights. Since 1981, Kennedy has devoted herself to the pursuit of equal justice …

Frye Gaillard

Frye Gaillard is an award-winning journalist with more than 20 published works on Southern history and culture, …

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