The Fall 2015 season of the Kennedy Library Forum series is here! View the full line up and register for these free programs.
This annual contest challenges United States high school students to describe and analyze an act of political courage by a US elected official. The winner will receive a $10,000 prize and a trip to Boston. Submissions are due January 6, 2016.
La Piñata will perform music and dance from Latin American countries on Saturday, October 17 at 10:30 a.m. Free to attend.
The Celebrate! series highlights America’s rich cultural diversity through the arts and is free thanks to the Highland Street Foundation.
Our newest Twitter account connects President Kennedy’s words and ideas to modern issues and current events.
Do you know an under-40 elected official or advocate making a difference in your community? Nominate them for the New Frontier Award.
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.
Describe an act of political courage by a US elected official. First place winner receives $10,000.
Inglis was honored for the political courage he demonstrated when he reversed his previous position on climate change. Click here to read more.
The JFK Library houses the world's largest collection of Ernest Hemingway archival materials. Find out why.
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