On May 3, 2015, former U.S. Congressman Bob Inglis was honored with the JFK Profile in Courage Award™ for the political courage he demonstrated when he reversed his previous position on climate change.
On March 18, 2015 the JFK Library Foundation hosted its first international symposium on President Kennedy in Tokyo. Speakers included President Bill Clinton, Japanese PM Shinzo Abe, and Ambassador Caroline Kennedy.
David Axelrod will discuss his book, Believer: My Forty Years in Politics, with award-winning journalist, Mike Barnicle.
Following a screening of the newly-restored documentary, James Baldwin: The Price of the Ticket, the filmmaker, Karen Thorsen; Tufts professor, Peniel Joseph; poet Nikky Finney and James Baldwin's niece, Aisha Karefa-Smart, will discuss his call for equality and its relevance today.
On May 18, Harvard Business Professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter discuss her new book, MOVE: Putting America's Infrastructure Back in the Lead, with former Gov. Michael Dukakis and NYT reporter Jackie Calmes.
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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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