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JFKS IDEAS

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JFKS IDEAS

Daniel Lazar

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Identity. Diversity. Empathy. Awareness. Service. The IDEAS Club at the John F. Kennedy School in Berlin, Germany was born of the demand that in our time of crises, in our Age of Anxiety, when democracy is fragile, when intolerance is increasingly tolerated, we must intensify our efforts to create a safe but challenging space to discuss and celebrate diversity. IDEAS is about challenging stereotypes, grappling with our biases, and tackling tough issues.
 
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JFK 35

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JFK 35

JFK Library Foundation

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John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, inspired a generation that transformed America. But not everyone knows the stories behind the man - his experiences as a young servicemember in World War II, how he wrote some of his most memorable speeches, what sparked him to set the country on a path to the moon. Join Matt Porter and Jamie Richardson of the JFK Library Foundation as they dig into the archives at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston and inte ...
 
Kennedy Library Forums are a series of public affairs programs offered by the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum to foster public discussion on a diverse range of historical, political, and cultural topics reflecting the legacy of President and Mrs. Kennedy's White House years.
 
An in depth tutorial and discussion around the assassination of John F. Kennedy, (JFK) the country's 35th president who was brutally murdered in Dallas Texas on November 22, 1963. The series comprehensively explores the major facts, themes, and events leading up to the assassination in Dealey Plaza and the equally gripping stories surrounding the subsequent investigation. We review key elements of the Warren Commission Report , and the role of the CIA and FBI. We explore the possible involve ...
 
One fateful night John F. Kennedy Jr. boarded a private plane with his wife and sister-in-law, flying to his cousin's wedding. Only, they never made it. Was the plane crash that led to JFK Jr.'s funeral a mere accident? Or something far more sinister, swept under the rug by Camelot—like so many of their other tragedies? This next installment in the Fatal Voyage series explores the privileged life and sudden death of John F. Kennedy Jr. Discover the dark side of the Kennedys, from scandals an ...
 
The Speeches of President John F. Kennedy is a podcast series of the most memorable and historical speeches delivered by John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States. Each episode features a brief introduction by former Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Curator Frank Rigg, who gives the historical context of each speech.
 
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Episode 101 is the second episode in season two of JFK The Enduring Secret. We begin our wander this season with an in depth review of Lee Harvey Oswald, the principal character in the JFK assassination from the government's point of view. Instead of starting with the early years, we begin our understanding of the accused assassin by listening to t…
 
In the Kennedy Administration, Edward R. Murrow and a team of journalists and filmmakers produced stories about the United States’ activities and ideals for international audiences. Hollywood producer George Stevens, Jr. led the Motion Picture Service which produced more than 300 mostly short-form films for the global audience. He joins the podcast…
 
Episode 100 is the first episode in season two of JFK The Enduring Secret. We begin our wander this season with an in depth review of Lee Harvey Oswald, the principal character in the JFK assassination from the government's point of view. Instead of starting with the early years, we begin our understanding of the accused assassin by listening to th…
 
Episode 99 is the last episode in the autopsy series and the last episode covering the story of William Bruce Pitzer. In this episode, your hear directly from Dan Marvin and Dennis David in their own words, Did Pitzer commit suicide, or was he murdered? In the previous episode 98, we first explore the question of whether Lieutenant Commander Willia…
 
Episode 98 is the first of the last two episodes on the autopsy, and these two episodes cover one of the most explosive and controversial topics related to the goings on at Bethesda. The question of whether Lieutenant Commander William Bruce Pitzer engaged in taking a clandestine film of the autopsy that night and was engaged in a possible plan to …
 
Episode 97 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode sets forth Doug Horne's explosive view of what truly happened in the morgue that night at Bethesda. We provide you with a reading from his classic multi volume book set entitled Inside the Assassination Review Board and lay out the details and the timeline of what Horne thinks really happe…
 
Episode 96 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode summarizes the evidence points around the topic of whether the President's body arrived at Bethesda in a shipping casket. If that indeed did occur it would be evidence that the body was transferred at some point from the ceremonial bronze casket that it was originally placed in at Parkland…
 
If you enjoy our podcasts and journals, please support IDEAS! Make a donation, however humble, over here. Be sure to follow the IDEAS Pod wherever you listen. Share your favorite episodes with your friends. Dive into our catalogue of journals and podcasts. Have ideas for IDEAS? Get in touch! Instagram. Facebook. Email us at ideas [at] jfksberlin.or…
 
If you enjoy our podcasts and journals, please support IDEAS! Make a donation, however humble, over here. Be sure to follow the IDEAS Pod wherever you listen. Share your favorite episodes with your friends. Endorsements: Ellie: Be mindful of pronouns! And watch She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Moss: Life Outside the Binary resources, Let's Queer …
 
Both sides of JFK’s family were at the forefront of the amateur photography movement, using the burgeoning field to document their lives over the course of many decades. Today, this collection of photographs gives us an insight into the lives of these lively families, and also presents some unique challenges to archivists. JFK Library Archivist Lau…
 
Dive into Sen's podcast over here. You won't regret it! She endorsees Kevin Groen. If you enjoy our podcasts and journals, please support IDEAS! Make a donation, however humble, over here. Be sure to follow the IDEAS Pod wherever you listen. Share your favorite episodes with your friends. Dive into our catalogue of journals and podcasts. Have ideas…
 
Episode 95 continues the story of the autopsy. This is the third and final episode in a multi-part episode series featuring James Jenkins who, along with Paul O'Connor, was one of the two autopsy technicians that helped to perform the autopsy of President Kennedy. Testimony from this witness is relatively rare, as Jenkins avoided the limelight of t…
 
Episode 94 continues the story of the autopsy. This is part two of a multi-part episode series featuring James Jenkins who, along with Paul O'Connor, was one of the two autopsy technicians that helped to perform the autopsy of President Kennedy. Testimony from this witness is relatively rare, as Jenkins avoided the limelight of the JFK assassinatio…
 
Episode 93 continues the story of the autopsy. In this episode, we meet James Jenkins who, along with Paul O'Connor, was one of the two autopsy technicians that helped to perform the autopsy of President Kennedy. Testimony from this witness is relatively rare, as Jenkins avoided the limelight of the JFK assassination. Found to be one of the most cr…
 
More than 100 years before President John F. Kennedy would take up residence at the White House, his great-grandmother Bridget Murphy arrived on the shores of America. There she met Patrick Kennedy, another Irish immigrant, and they started a life together that would lead to one of America’s most famous political families. We sit down with Neal Tho…
 
Episode 92 continues the story of the autopsy. In this episode, we hear the audio from the classic short film "Best Evidence" by celebrated author and JFK assassination researcher David Lifton. His meticulously researched book of the same name is centered around the radical thesis that somewhere between Parkland and Bethesda, the President's body w…
 
Episode 91 continues the story of the autopsy. In this part two, of a two part miniseries, we begin to hear from Dr. Cyril Wecht, the famous forensic pathologist, as he makes his own case for conspiracy. This episode with Dr. Wecht is a continuation from Episode 90. Join us in this exciting 25th autopsy episode which continues the reveal of the eve…
 
Episode 90 continues the story of the autopsy by telling the story of what Admiral George Burkely hinted at, years after the assassination. That is, the case for conspiracy. But Dr. Burkely was never able to fully reveal all that he knew and exactly what facts he possessed which convinced him that a conspiracy existed. And we will also pivot to ano…
 
Fredrik Logevall, Harvard University professor of history and international relations and Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, and Tom Nichols, US Naval War College professor of National Security Affairs and contributing writer at The Atlantic, explore latest developments in the crisis in Ukraine with Alexandra Vacroux, executive director of the Davis…
 
Episode 89 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode covers the Harper fragment which is the story of the skull fragment found by Billy Harper in Dealey Plaza on that Saturday after the assassination. Was it occipital bone....or not? Was it the key to emerging from the fog of evidence generated by the autopsy and determining if the president…
 
President Kennedy was the first sitting U.S. President to visit the nation of Ireland. The great-grandson of Irish immigrants, the visit was more than a homecoming for John F. Kennedy-- it was the beginning of a new stronger relationship between the two countries that continues todayJFK Library Foundation による
 
Kate Clifford Larson, visiting scholar at the Brandeis Women’s Studies Research Center, discusses her new book "Walk with Me: A Biography of Fannie Lou Hamer" which draws on new interviews and fresh archival material to explore Hamer’s life and impact on the civil rights movement. Karsonya (Kaye) Wise Whitehead, professor of communication and Afric…
 
Episode 88 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode is the last of two episodes in a multi part series that covers the ARRB testimony in 1997 of Floyd Riebe, the photography student of record who assisted John Stringer on the night of the autopsy and who took autopsy photographs of the President at Bethesda as well. Join us in this very sho…
 
If you enjoy our podcasts and journals, please support IDEAS! Make a donation, however humble, over here. Be sure to follow the IDEAS Pod wherever you listen. Share your favorite episodes with your friends. Dive into our catalogue of journals and podcasts. Have ideas for IDEAS? Get in touch! Instagram. Facebook. Email us at ideas [at] jfksberlin.or…
 
Baylor Fox-Kemper, professor of earth, environmental, and planetary sciences at Brown University; Courtney Humphries, journalist and author; Paul Kirshen, professor of climate adaptation at the University of Massachusetts Boston; Sanjay Seth, climate resilience program manager for the City of Boston; and the Rev. Vernon K. Walker, senior program ma…
 
Episode 87 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode is the first of several episodes in a multi part series that covers the ARRB testimony in 1997 of Floyd Riebe, the photography student of record who assisted John Stringer on the night of the autopsy and who took autopsy photographs of the President at Bethesda as well. Join us in this twe…
 
Until John Glenn completed his orbital flight in 1962, the United States was trailing the Soviet Union when it came to spaceflight. Sixty years later, NASA continues to lead in space. We revisit Glenn’s historic trip and speak with astronaut Tracy Caldwell Dyson about how far NASA has come since Glenn and where it hopes to go next.…
 
Neal Thompson, journalist and author, discusses his forthcoming book "The First Kennedys: The Humble Roots of an American Dynasty," which draws on previously unreleased records to explore the lives of Bridget and Patrick Kennedy, with Christine Kinealy, professor of history and director of Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute at Quinnipiac University. …
 
Episode 86 is a special wander and tribute to my son Alec who died of a drug overdose at the age of 25. Today, February 26th, 2022 is the fifth anniversary of his passing. He would have been thirty years old this year. It's also a tribute to my father who lived a healthy and long life of 95 years and who passed away a few years ago. And lastly, its…
 
Episode 85 is a special first time live episode that is an unrehearsed "unthought about" conversation between me and my older brother Dennis Crudele, who was truly an inspiring figure to start this broadcast. If you like a good wander, continue to listen. We will be back to the regular show in episode 86. Hope you can join us for a wonderful wander…
 
President Kennedy understood that advancing technologies would change American society forever and that strong leadership would be needed to protect workers by changes in technology. In this episode, Representative Ro Khanna (D-CA 17th) joins us to look at how technology has changed society since 1960, and what kind of leadership is still needed to…
 
If you enjoy our podcasts and journals, please support IDEAS! Make a donation, however humble, over here. Be sure to follow the IDEAS Pod wherever you listen. Share your favorite episodes with your friends. Dive into our catalogue of journals and podcasts. Have ideas for IDEAS? Get in touch! Instagram. Facebook. Email us at ideas [at] jfksberlin.or…
 
Episode 84 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode is the second episode of a miniseries. A miniseries that covers the fantastic goings on that surround President Kennedy's brain and what happened in the supplemental autopsy proceedings that were performed on the brain after the night of the 22nd. It's a two part miniseries that began with…
 
Episode 83 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode takes us into the fantastic goings on that surround President Kennedy's brain and what happened in the supplemental autopsy proceedings that were performed on the brain after the night of the 22nd. It's a two part miniseries within a miniseries that runs through episode 84. These two episo…
 
Episode 82 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode is the second of several episodes in a multi part series that covers the ARRB testimony in 1996 of John Stringer, the photographer of record who took the autopsy photographs of the President at Bethesda. Join us in this eighteenth autopsy episode which begins to reveal even more fantastic …
 
The Kennedy Library and GBH partner for an exclusive preview and discussion of the new PBS American Experience documentary The American Diplomat. Ambassador (Ret.) Aurelia Brazeal, Director Leola Calzolai-Stewart and Duke professor of history Adriane Lentz-Smith discuss the film and explore the experience of African American diplomats serving durin…
 
Congressman Ro Khanna discusses his forthcoming book "Dignity in a Digital Age: Making Tech Work for All of Us," which explores how the digital economy can create opportunities for people across the country, with Arlie Russell Hochschild, professor emerita of sociology at the University of California, Berkeley.…
 
Episode 81 continues the story of the autopsy. This episode is the first of several episodes in a multi part series that covers the ARRB testimony in 1996 of John Stringer, the photographer of record who took the autopsy photographs of the President at Bethesda. Join us in this seventeenth autopsy episode which begins to reveal even more fantastic …
 
If you enjoy the IDEAS Podcast, please share it. Subscribe and leave a review. Want to recommend a guest or a topic? Email Mr. Lazar. Here is the "I Have A Dream Speech" in its entirety. Here are King's five Massey lectures, from which Lazar pulled excerpts. This is how Lazar spent his King Day. He had an inspired and inspiring day. We are proud to…
 
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