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On October 14, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy spoke to the students at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor during a campaign speech and challenged them to live and work in developing countries around the world, thus dedicating themselves to the cause of peace and development. That idea inspired the beginning of the Peace Corps.
In the years just after World War II, concerns about the fitness of U.S. citizens, especially the young, attracted national attention. Several trends and developments in the country lay at the root of this anxiety. The nation's economy had changed dramatically since the beginning of the century, and with it changed the nature of work and recreat...
Boston, MA – The Museum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library will bring in this year’s holiday season with a special exhibit of gifts presented to President John F. Kennedy during his presidency. Handmade and Heartfelt: Folk Art from the Collections of the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library will be on display beginning November 25th, 2005...
The Kennedy Library hosted an afternoon conference on the March on Washington. The speaking program began at 1:00, with a showing of a documentary entitled The March beginning at 12:30 p.m.
Following the film, there was a presentation by attendees of the March; a panel discussion with historians Clayborne Carson and Peniel Joseph, civil rights lead...
In 1961, President John F. Kennedy established a Presidential Commission to examine and report on the status of American women. The Commission, chaired by Eleanor Roosevelt from its beginning until her death in 1962, published its report in October 1963.
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and the Radcliffe Institute...
50th Anniversary Report on Women, October 2013
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