Tag Archives: Robert F. Kennedy

This miserable election is proof it’s time for America’s youth to take charge

By Robert Mann Near the end of a brutal election season that reminds me of a bad episode of Wrestlemania, I wonder if our young people think their elders have gone mad? Do they see them acting like 2-year-olds and respond, … Continue reading

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Robert Kennedy on Martin Luther King: a life “dedicated to love and to justice”

By Robert Mann In the early evening of April 4, 1968 — 45 years ago tonight — Sen. Robert Kennedy came to Indianapolis for a campaign rally. The New York senator was in town to speak to the mostly black … Continue reading

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Remembering Robert F. Kennedy

Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was shot just past midnight in Los Angeles on this day in 1968 and died 26 hours later. Kennedy’s assassination most likely altered the course of American history. Had he lived, it’s likely he would have … Continue reading

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