NOW SHOWING: 1st Episode of History Channel’s “Kennedy”

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Now showing in the Scudder Family Center for Civic Engagement

November 8th-10th & November 13-17th
10:30AM • 12:30PM • 2:00PM

See the first episode of HISTORY Channel’s eight-part docuseries “Kennedy” ahead of the November 18th Premier on the HISTORY Channel!

Included in Museum Admission.

The HISTORY Channel is commemorating the 60th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination with a compelling docuseries – “Kennedy,” from director and composer Ashton Gleckman, examines John F. Kennedy’s life, leadership, and legacy through archival materials, audio recordings and narration by Emmy Award-winner Peter Coyote.

The series includes interviews with well-versed figures in JFK’s history, such as Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Conan O’Brien, Bruce Greenwood, and Eileen McNamara.

Coverage spans JFK’s early years, political career, and his thousand-day presidency, delving into his achievements and challenges, including World War II, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Space Race, and the Civil Rights Movement.

Additionally, the docuseries explores JFK’s relationships with influential figures like Jacqueline Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Ted Sorensen, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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