• Steven Brill, founder of CourtTV and American Lawyer magazine, discussed his new book, America’s Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System at a recent Kennedy Library Forum.

    Brill on the Affordable Care Act (Video)

    Steven Brill, founder of CourtTV and American Lawyer magazine, discussed his new book, America’s Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System at a recent Kennedy Library Forum. Watch the video.

  • 50th Anniversary of the War on Poverty - Kennedy Library Forums

    War on Poverty at 50

    Join us on Feb. 26 for the next Kennedy Library Forum when Nicolas Lemann, Julian Zelizer, and Mark Shriver will discuss the legacy of the War on Poverty programs with Scott Stossel.

    Register today to attend or plan to watch the live webcast at 6pm on 2/26.

  • Oval Office Exhibit - JFK Presidential Library and Museum

    Temporary Closing of Main Exhibit Galleries

    Beginning Dec. 31, 2014 through mid-March 2015, we will renovate our main galleries. Forums and Celebrate! Programs will be hosted as scheduled. The Cuban Missile Crisis exhibit, JFK Cafe, and Museum Store will remain open. No admission fee will be charged during this period.

  • A Conversation with Timothy Shriver - Fully Alive - Kennedy Library Forums

    Timothy Shriver on Fully Alive

    'The genius of how to change hearts and minds is to make it inviting enough so that it feels fun and important.'

    Watch Shriver discuss Fully Alive, his new book about serving people with intellectual disabilities.

  • Former President Jimmy Carter and Ronan Farrow - Kennedy Library Forums

    A Conversation with President Jimmy Carter

    On November 20, former President Jimmy Carter discussed his new book, A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power, with Ronan Farrow, host of MSNBC's Ronan Farrow Daily. Watch the event video.

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