On August 28, 1963, more than 200,000 Americans joined the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Go behind the scenes to learn how civil rights leaders organized this momentous event.
Join us on September 3 for a special preview and discussion of AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: Walt Disney.
We are looking for innovative, creative colleagues to join our team and advance the enduring legacy of President Kennedy.
On Saturdays and Sundays, take a free trolley from Copley Square, Boston to the JFK Library on Columbia Point.
The JFK Challenge - a FREE app for iPad - brings American history to life for kids by turning them into astronauts and Peace Corps volunteers. Fly to the moon or help people around the world with this exciting new offering from the JFK Library.
View select photo collections from the Kennedy family and presidency.
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Search or browse our archival collections including those that have been digitized in full or in part.
Immerse yourself in historical topics ranging from the Cuban Missile Crisis to the moon landing, and more.
Give friends and family access to JFK's legacy, to today's newsmakers, and support our work in the process.
View gifts from heads of state, articles of the First Lady's clothing, sculpture, paintings and more.
Inglis was honored for the political courage he demonstrated when he reversed his previous position on climate change. Click here to read more.
Matthew Waltman, a junior at Dwight-Englewood School from Tenafly, New Jersey, has won the national essay contest.
The JFK Library houses the world's largest collection of Ernest Hemingway archival materials. Find out why.
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