Tag Archives: Robert Kennedy

MLK RFK Commemoration

Many stories have been written about the amazing speech Robert F. Kennedy delivered in Indianapolis on April 4, 1968, the day Martin Luther King, Jr, was assassinated. Below is a video of photos I have taken over the years at … Continue reading

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Robert F. Kennedy

Today is the 50th anniversary of the death of Robert Kennedy. I’ve been thinking about a number of things related to him. NBC commentator Chris Matthews titled his recent book Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit, an apt description of the … Continue reading

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Robert Kennedy, Ronald Reagan, Vietnam and Dissent

While reading Chris Matthew’s new book, Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit, I read about a CBS news program “Town Meeting of the World” in 1967, where Senator Robert Kennedy and Gov. Ronald Reagan take student questions, most of which were … Continue reading

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Robert F Kennedy Speaks to our Time

I’d like to share, again, a video I made of photos I took at the Kennedy King Memorial, with audio of Martin Luther King’s speech just before he was killed, and the audio of Robert F Kennedy announcing Dr. King’s death to … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, Jr

Martin Luther King Day, 2017 “Remaining Awake Through a Great Revolution“ was the title of the commencement address Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr, delivered at Oberlin College in 1965. “There are all too many people who, in some great period of … Continue reading

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Robert Kennedy Announces Death of Martin Luther King in Indianapolis

In these days of racial tension and violence and Black Lives Matter, I’d like to share, again, a video I made of photos I took at the Kennedy King Memorial, with audio of Dr. King’s speech just before he was … Continue reading

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