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Publisher Robert Kennedy dies at 73Boston.comTORONTO—Robert "Bob" Kennedy, the man behind the Canadian-based publishing house that produces a slew of popular health books and fitness magazines, including "Oxygen," "MuscleMag" and "American Curves," has died. Publicist Silvie Bordeaux said Friday ...Robert Kennedy, publisher of Oxygen, MuscleMag, dies of cancer at 73Winnipeg Free Pressall 123 news articles »
MastheadOnlinePeople in Publishing: Changes at IAB Canada, ParentsCanada, TC MediaMastheadOnlineNews has just come in that Robert Kennedy, founder of Mississauga-based Robert Kennedy Publishing that created magazine titles such as MuscleMag International, Oxygen and American Curves, has passed away from complications due to skin cancer at the age ...and more »
ABC NewsRobert Kennedy's Son Appears In Court on Endangerment ChargeABC NewsRobert Kennedy, battling charges stemming from a scuffle with nurses in a hospital maternity ward, invoked his father's assassination in an attempt to explain the incident. Douglas Kennedy, 44, appeared in court Thursday facing charges of endangering ...Douglas Kennedy cites late father in baby casePoliticoDouglas Kennedy, son of RFK, invokes father's assassination at NY child ...Washington PostKennedy Vows to Fight Child Endangerment ChargesWLTX.comall 181 news articles »
RFK son invokes father's death at NY court dateSTLtoday.comRobert Kennedy invoked his father's assassination Thursday in a case stemming from his attempt to take his newborn son from a hospital maternity ward. Douglas Kennedy is charged with endangering the baby and physically harassing two nurses in the ...
gulfnews.comPolitical dynasties betray American valuesgulfnews.comIn Massachusetts, another Kennedy is racing toward Congress. This time, it's Democrat Joseph P. Kennedy III, the grandson of the late Robert F. Kennedy, hoping to fill the vacancy of retiring Representative Barney Frank. "I'm very proud of my family's ...and more »
RFK son due in NY court on hospital incidentWRGBMOUNT KISCO, NY (AP) -- Angry nurses plan to be on hand when a Kennedy heir faces charges stemming from his attempt to take his infant son from a New York hospital. Douglas Kennedy, son of the late Sen. Robert Kennedy, is due Thursday in Mount Kisco ...
Seymour Hersh: Assassination Of JFK Was Form Of “justice”BuzzFeed“If your portraits of John and Robert Kennedy are essentially accurate, given the emphasis on assassination plotting,” Alioto asked, “do you see any moral difference between the Kennedys and Oswald and Sirhan?” Lee Harvey Oswald and Sirhan Sirhan were, ...and more »
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. to Keynote 23rd Annual SRI ConferenceMarketWatch (press release)Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., president of the Waterkeeper Alliance and senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), is joining the growing list of distinguished presenters at the 23rd annual SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, ...and more »
Daily MailLawyer: NY finds no child abuse by Douglas KennedyWall Street JournalAP WHITE PLAINS, NY — A state investigation has found no evidence of child abuse by a Kennedy heir who tried to take his newborn son from a maternity ward, a family lawyer said Wednesday. Attorney Robert Gottlieb said Douglas Kennedy, son of the late ...AP source: NY finds no child abuse of Kennedy heirCBS Newsall 304 news articles »
The Daily PeekskillDouglas Kennedy Child Endangerment Charges Unfounded: ReportHuffington PostJIM FITZGERALD 04/ 4/12 04:44 PM ET AP WHITE PLAINS, NY — A state investigation has found no evidence of child abuse by a Kennedy heir who tried to take his newborn son from a maternity ward, a family lawyer said Wednesday. Attorney Robert Gottlieb ...AP Source: NY finds no child abuse of Kennedy heirWilkes Barre Times-Leaderall 32 news articles »
This is silent 8mm amateur movie film of a campaign stop in Oregon by Bobby Kennedy, supported by former astronaut and future Ohio senator, John Glenn. The film was taken in May 1968, possibly on May 17. The location is not known. Since the film is silent, I added the audio from the final portion of a speech which Kennedy had given to the City Club of Cleveland Ohio on April 5, 1968, the day after Martin Luther King was assassinated. I have not removed any words from this final portion of his speech, but I did remove many of his very long pauses in order to make the audio fit the length of film available.
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Asesinato de Robert Kennedy.
This video upload looks at many theories about the RFK Assasination.
A tribute to Senator Robert Kennedy through various black and white photographs
A new investigative documentary exploring the controversies surrounding the assassination of Bobby Kennedy on June 5, 1968 as he looked set to challenge Nixon for the White House. Munir Sirhan tells how his brother Sirhan has never been able to remember the shooting. Sandra Serrano speaks for the first time in forty years about the girl in the polka-dot dress fleeing the scene, yelling "We shot him! We shot him!" And Dr. Herbert Spiegel of Columbia University describes how Sirhan was hypnotically programmed to kill Robert Kennedy
Long before he was a talk show host, Jerry Springer was a young man trying to make a name for himself in politics. Watch as he discusses what it was like working on Senator Robert F. Kennedy's campaign and where he was the day Senator Kennedy was assassinated. For more info on The Rosie Show visit www.rosie.com Find OWN on TV at http
In this episode we are joined by Shane O'Sullivan, author of "Who Killed Bobby?" and director of the film "RFK Must Die". Shane walks us through the timeline of the night Robert Kennedy was killed at the Ambassador hotel in Los Angeles. It's clear from the evidence that Sirhan fired wildly, but was it Sirhan's bullet that killed the senator? We investigate that and much more including the girl in the polka dot dress, the CIA's connections to the LAPD, the number of bullets recovered at the crime scene, CIA involvement in mind control including MKULTRA and the defense attorney's weak attempt to defend Sirhan. Note: This show is an episode of "History Counts", now called "In Context". About 'In Context': In Context is broadcast on listener sponsored, non-commercial radio WPKN 89.5 FM, Bridgeport, Connecticut. The broadcast can be heard in most of Connecticut and parts of New York. Programs stream at www.wpkn.org and are archived after broadcast at www.incontextreport.com for free listening and download. Please visit our website for the current broadcast schedule, audio podcasts, videos and original articles. History Counts and In Context are produced by MDR Productions, Inc. This YouTube edition of History Counts was created for MDR Productions by Gus Cantavero. Copyright MDR Productions, Inc. 2012
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www.thetwilightzonenetwork.com A speech on the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. was given by New York Senator Robert F. Kennedy on April 4, 1968, in Indianapolis, Indiana. Kennedy was campaigning for the 1968 Democratic presidential nomination. He had spoken at the University of Notre Dame and Ball State University earlier that day. During his speeches at both universities, Kennedy focused on domestic issues, the Vietnam War and racism. His speech at Ball State was well received by over 9000 students, faculty, and community members. One African-American student raised a question to Kennedy that seems almost premonition of the speech to come later that night after the horrific events of the day. The student asked, "Your speech implies that you are placing a great deal of faith in white America. Is that faith justified?" Kennedy answered, "Yes" and added that "faith in Black America is justified, too" although he said there "are extremists on both sides. Before boarding a plane to fly to Indianapolis, he learned that Martin Luther King, Jr. had been shot. On the plane to Indianapolis, Kennedy told a reporter "You know, it grieves me...that I just told that kid this and then walk out and find that some white man has just shot their spiritual leader. Kennedy did not learn that King was dead until his plane landed in Indianapolis. According to reporter John J. Lindsay, Kennedy "seemed to shrink back as though struck physically" and put his hands to his face, saying "Oh ...
Robert Kennedy was a hero and still is a hero, that we must not forget. Let his memory live on!
The Day of Affirmation speech was a speech given by Senator Robert F. Kennedy to National Union of South African Students members at the University of Cape Town, South Africa, on June 6, 1966.In the speech Kennedy talked about individual liberty, apartheid, and the need for civil rights in the United States at a time when the American civil rights movement was ongoing.
America watches and waits as Robert F. Kennedy was dying in a hospital bed. Air date: 06/05/2007 The content of the video belongs to ABC News. No infringement of rights is intended.
Robert Kennedy ponders, How can you stop a war? This interview was originally broadcast on CBC's 'This Hour has Seven Days' in December of 1965.
Bill Eppridge talks about his time and photography of one of the greatest leaders of America.
Robert F. Kennedy's 1968 Presidential Campaign TV Ad - For Children
Local television news footage of New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy at a Sigma Delta Chi (now Society of Professional Journalists) dinner, Ramada Inn, Tualatin, Ore., April 17, 1968. The clip shows his arrival and the conclusion of his speech. THE COST TO WIN At the time, Kennedy was a candidate for the presidential nomination of the Democratic party. His late entrance into the race and his challenge to the renomination of Lyndon B. Johnson, the incumbent president of his own party, meant that Kennedy's only hope of success lay in pressuring the party establishment by building popular support, which included heavy campaigning thruout the country and winning as many state primaries as possible. At the hotel, a newspaper reporter noted, "The audience was unaware of Kennedy's arrival until he was near the front of the small banquet room. The senator jokingly started clapping his hands [00:07] which alerted everyone of his presence. 'I get the feeling this isn't a Democratic rally,' he said. A few people shook his hand as he passed on the way to the speaker's table, but most of those present were there to get a news story" (Tom Morrow, "US must withdrawal without surrender -- RFK," The Bulletin [Bend, Ore.], April 18, 1968, p. 1). Kennedy, the reporter observed, arrived "After a long day of speech-making up and down the Oregon coast," including at Eugene and Medford. He "appeared tired and made only a short speech" to the over 100 "newsmen" present (Ibid.; Ernest B. Furgurson ...
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy discusses the primaries with ABC News correspondents. No infringement of rights intended. The content of the video belongs to ABC News.
Robert F. Kennedy's 'Day of Affirmation Address' (aka "A Tiny Ripple of Hope") at Cape Town University. Delivered on June 6th 1966, Jameson Hall, Cape Town, South Africa. You can find & download the audio & the full text of this wonderful speech at.... www.americanrhetoric.com
This video is a tribute to the closeness shared by Jackie and Bobby Kennedy. They had always liked and respected one another but after JFK's murder they formed an unbreakable bond. Some even claim that it went farther than that. There is a book written (that shall remain nameless) that tells of an affair between the two after the president's death and that Bobby was her one true love. While I don't believe everything in the gossipy book I do believe there was something between them. You be the judge. I just wanted to create a video that shows the terrible loss they both endured and how it bonded them together. Jackie once said that she would have jumped out a window for Bobby. The haunting song is Pull Me Through by Jim Cuddy.
Please support our troops at www.give2thetroops.org . Tonight - In the first act of terrorism on US soil Sen. Robert Francis Kennedy was shot by a Palestinian terrorthug who was angry about RFK's vote to send Israel advanced jet fighters, although I do believe the terrorithug was part of a greater conspiracy involving the men who shot President Kennedy. This is an original musical tribute to Sen. Robert Kennedy. Bobby was a brave man, an Army veteran, and a conservative by today's standards. He was a GREAT AMERICAN.Regardless of his politics I admire his courage. After his brother's death he climbed Mt. Kennedy, rafted the rapids, and knew he was a target but ran anyway. He could have been just a rich playboy and still alive.Instead, he chose to run for the presidencency in 1968. A quest that cost him his life. Thanks for watching. "Taps" performed and arranged by Elvis Lee Cruse. "RFK" composed, performed and arranged by Rev. Frank Cruse. "RFK" copyright 2011 Frank Cruse Crusade Ministries. All visuals are protected under the "fair use" provision of the current copyright law.Copyright Disclaimer Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statue that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.
[NOTE: Additional footage has been added to the beginning of this video since its original posting on July 3, 2010. -- PL.] On April 30, 1968, New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, then running for the Democratic party's presidential nomination, interrupted his Indiana campaign schedule to visit the Day Nursery Association of Indianapolis (www.daynursery.org at 542 Lockerbie St., near the museum home of poet James Whitcomb Riley, the "Hoosier Keats." Kennedy had an extraordinary relationship with children and his touching encounter with those at the daycare was memorialized by photographers, television and print reporters, including the talented David Murray, whose article, "Poignant Lull in RFK Campaign," was published in the "Chicago Sun-Times" on May 1, 1968, excerpted below: "At first, there was no joy at all on the faces of the dozen or so five year olds in the tiny, dirty playground at the day nursery. "They stared with wide, solemn eyes through the old Cyclone fence topped with drooping barbed wire at Robert F. Kennedy, who had walked a hundred feet down the street Tuesday to see them as they stood in their cage. "Tentatively, they poked their fingers at him through the fence, and he pushed his fingers back at them and there was a smile or two, on both sides. But the children didn't quite know what to make of this man who was surrounded by all the other people with the cameras and microphones and tape recorders and notebooks. "When he started talking to them, you could ...
Documentary suggesting the possibility of another gunman involved in the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. Director: Gérard Alcan Writers: Gérard Alcan, Theodore Charach Stars: Fernando Faura, Thane Eugene Cesar and Theodore Charach This film ignited a worldwide controversy on 3 level, journalistic, legal and forensic. It continues today. The entire film, director's copy and out-takes are housed at the Pickford Center for Motion Picture Study/Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, Hollywood CA. The Ted Charach RFK documentary archive, the world's largest private collection on the Second Gun discovery, is located at the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Sciences at the University of New Haven, New Haven, CT Cast: Fernando Faura ... Witness Thane Eugene Cesar ... Second Gun Suspect Theodore Charach ... Host / Interviewer Godfrey Isaac ... RFK Probe Atty. Robert F. Kennedy ... Himself (archive footage) Herbert Leon MacDonnell ... Criminalist (Prof. Herbert Leon MacDonnell) T. Miratti ... Prologue voice Dean Randall ... Narrator Donald Schulman ... Witness Sirhan Sirhan ... Alleged Assassin
thefilmarchive.org Robert Francis "Bobby" Kennedy (November 20, 1925 -- June 6, 1968), also referred to by his initials RFK, was an American politician, a Democratic senator from New York, and a noted civil rights activist. An icon of modern American liberalism and member of the Kennedy family, he was a younger brother of President John F. Kennedy and acted as one of his advisors during his presidency. From 1961 to 1964, he was the US Attorney General. Following his brother John's assassination on November 22, 1963, Kennedy continued to serve as Attorney General under President Lyndon B. Johnson for nine months. In September 1964, Kennedy resigned to seek the US Senate seat from New York, which he won in November. Within a few years, he publicly split with Johnson over the Vietnam War. In March 1968, Kennedy began a campaign for the presidency and was a front-running candidate of the Democratic Party. In the California presidential primary on June 4, Kennedy defeated Eugene McCarthy, a US Senator from Minnesota. Following a brief victory speech delivered just past midnight on June 5 at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, Kennedy was shot by Sirhan Sirhan. Mortally wounded, he survived for nearly 26 hours, dying early in the morning of June 6. As one of President Kennedy's closest White House advisers, RFK played a crucial role in the events surrounding the Berlin Crisis of 1961. Operating mainly through a private backchannel connection to Soviet spy Georgi Bolshakov, RFK ...
full interview at video.pbs.org Longtime environmentalist explains how to find truth in today's news.
Excerpt of speech by New York Sen. Robert F. Kennedy at Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner, Omaha Civic Auditorium, Omaha, Neb., May 10, 1968. At the time, Kennedy was running for the Democratic party nomination for president of the United States and his speech at the $35.00-a-plate fund-raising dinner was delivered three days before the Nebraska primary, which he would win handily. Kennedy's references to "Whitman's rifle" and "Speck's knife" were to two mass-murderers: Charles Whitman, a former Marine, who used a high-powered rifle to kill 14 persons and wound 32 others from the tower of the University of Texas at Austin on Aug. 1, 1966; and Richard Speck, who raped and murdered, with a knife or thru strangulation, eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital on July 14, 1966. According to Thurston Clarke, most of Kennedy's speech was drafted by Adam Walinsky, one of the senator's gifted speech-writers and legislative aides. Kennedy had delivered a version of it as early as May 5, 1967, when he addressed a "Jeff-Jack" dinner at Detroit's riverfront Cobo Hall (Thurston Clark, "The Last Campaign: Robert F. Kennedy and 82 Days That Inspired America" [New York: Henry Holt, 2008], pp. 48-49, 288, n. 48). At the University of Kansas at Lawrence on March 18, 1968, two days after announcing his candidacy, Kennedy delivered a fuller version of this speech, which could be found on the Web site of the John F. Kennedy Library at Boston, Mass., here: www.jfklibrary.org The ...
Robert F. Kennedy Jr.s reputation as a resolute defender of the environment stems from a litany of successful legal actions. Kennedy was named one of TIME magazines Heroes for the Planet for his success in helping Riverkeeper lead the fight to restore the Hudson River. In 2009, he was named one of Rolling Stones 100 Agents of Change. He has worked on environmental issues across the Americas, and has assisted several indigenous tribes in Latin America and Canada in successfully negotiating treaties protecting traditional homelands. Kennedy is also credited with leading the fight to protect New York City's water supply. He is the senior attorney for the Natural Resources Defense Council. One of NRDC's focuses is to encourage greener business practices. A portion of NRDC works to bring business and government together in order to establish policies that are good for the economy and the environment. In addition to his numerous leadership roles, Kennedy has published a number of books, including the New York Times bestseller Crimes Against Nature (2004); The Riverkeepers (1997); and Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr: A Biography (1977).
The Kennedy Green House, Remodeling With A Green PlanLuxist (blog)A book documents the eco-friendly renovation and redecoration of Robert Kennedy, Jr.'s home in Mt. Kisco, New York. Kennedy's LEED-Gold-certified renovation ...
Boston GlobeRebalancing actBoston Globe... speechwriter for Bill Clinton and the author of “Mutual Contempt,'' a study of the bitter relationship between Lyndon Johnson and Robert F. Kennedy. ...and more »
RFK Jr. gives energetic speechDubuque Telegraph HeraldAt a portable podium where his famed uncle John F. Kennedy once spoke on the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus in 1959, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. ...
Administrators plundering University of MaineBangor Daily News... offer to UM President Robert Kennedy to “explore his options” and “transition” from the UM presidency to work on “special projects” at the system level. ...Right Sizing UniversitiesBangor Daily Newsall 2 news articles »
The American minister of Justice Robert Kennedy and his wife pay a visit to the Netherlands, the minister is welcomed by Queen Juliana at Huis ten Bosch Palace, on his departure at Schiphol Airport Kennedy holds a pair of clogs in his hand.
DigitalJournal.comCoulter and KennedyLondon Free Press (blog)By London Free Press Editors Ann Coulter and Robert Kennedy Jr. in one week â€” is London becoming the centre of the universe? ...Kennedy blasts 'dark' far right, promotes greenLondon Free PressRobert F. Kennedy Jr. re-opens the vaccine-autism controversy SpecialDigitalJournal.comRobert F. Kennedy, Jr. Blames Fairness Doctrine Abolishment for Conservatism ...NewsBusters (blog)DigitalJournal.com -London Free Pressall 9 news articles »
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. due to speak at UW-PDubuque Telegraph HeraldInternationally known environmental activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will be on the University of Wisconsin-Platteville campus on Friday as the university's ...
Robert F. Kennedy to give speech at UW-Platteville FridayUW Badger HeraldThe University of Wisconsin-Platteville will welcome Robert F. Kennedy Jr. later this week as its distinguished lecturer with an ...
3/23/10 The OLD AMBASSADAR HOTEL where ROBERT KENNEDY was SHOT IS STARTING TO TAKE SHAPE AS A NEW SCHOOL
Seattle TimesStewart L. Udall, 90, Conservationist in Kennedy and Johnson Cabinets, DiesNew York TimesF. Kennedy invite Robert Frost to recite a poem at Mr. Kennedy's Inauguration. Mr. Udall accompanied Mr. Frost to the Soviet Union in 1962, a trip meant to ...Stewart Udall: An appreciationSeattle Post Intelligencer (blog)Stewart L. Udall dies at 90; Interior secretary championed national parksLos Angeles TimesStewart Udall, environmental icon, dies at 90Washington Post (blog)Arizona Daily Star -AZ Central.comall 617 news articles »
LAPD apologizes to Robert Kennedy's familyLos Angeles TimesThe Los Angeles Police Department has apologized to the family of the late Robert F. Kennedy and removed items from a homicide exhibit ...Robert Kennedy Items Removed From Police ExhibitNew York TimesLAPD removes Kennedy death items from displayThe Associated PressBloodstained Kennedy shirt removed from exhibitionTelegraph.co.ukBoston Herald -89.3 KPCC -CMRall 784 news articles »
Joseph P. Kennedy III Not Running For Congress In MassachusettsHuffington Post (blog)Joseph P. Kennedy III, the grandson of Robert Kennedy, told the Boston Globe that he will not run for Congress in 2010. Kennedy, 29, who is an assistant ...Joseph Kennedy III will not run for Congress this yearNECNJoe Kennedy III won't run for CongressCNN Political Ticker (blog)Joe Kennedy III says being DA fine for nowUPI.comE Canada Now -Thaindian.com -RTT Newsall 409 news articles »