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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 ...
 
With her super-sensitive sense of smell, sixteen year-old Kaia Smith is used to not fitting in. So when she receives an invitation from Dr. Vadim Grigori to participate in the Grigori Young Scholars Program with its promise that she will meet others like herself, she jumps at the chance. But what is the GYSP really about? Why are the faculty so interested in the story of the Fall of the Watchers? Why are they obsessed with antimony? And what role will GYSP participants like Kaia play in thei ...
 
Thomas Alan Waits (Pomona, California, 7 de diciembre de 1949), más conocido como Tom Waits, es un músico, cantante, compositor y actorestadounidense, famoso por sus canciones de tono áspero, inspiradas en escritores como Charles Bukowski y algunos de la generación beat, en especial Jack Kerouac. Waits tiene una voz distintiva, descrita por el crítico musical Daniel Durchholz como «si hubiese sido sumergida en un depósito de bourbon, ahumada durante unos meses, y luego llevada afuera y aplas ...
 
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Lauren Leander is an ICU nurse at the Banner University Hospital in Phoenix, Arizona, who took care of the most critically ill patients in Phoenix and stood with colleagues in a counterprotest of stay-at-home-orders in the early days of the pandemic. As director of the Ohio State Health Department, Dr. Amy Action boldly proposed an aggressive shelt…
 
Darrell R. Marks has spent his career helping his indigenous students at Flagstaff High School find new opportunities after graduation. But when the pandemic hit, his job changed from helping not only his students with their futures, but their families deal with the effects of the pandemic from shortages in food, water, and other basic necessities.…
 
The GYSP group rewards trip, "Skyscrapers: Past, Present, and Future," begins in an unlikely, but ancient place. Ally listens to another Dream Lab transmission, "1866—Samya and the Peerless," in which Samya makes a change. The students arrive in Dubai. Episode 13 features: Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) Katherine Hilton (Dilani) Patrick Gillingham (Flig…
 
Kaia and friends come up with a plan to steal their files from Dr. Beakley's office. Would what they find be worth the risk they were taking? Dr. Grigori announces the rewards for GYSP students who have survived another week. Episode 12 features: Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) David Merrill (Josh) Katherine Hilton (Dilani) Emmett Prough Richter (Neith) …
 
President John F. Kennedy felt a profound connection to the environment, particularly the sea. During his presidency, Kennedy would establish three national seashores including on Cape Cod. Learn about his environmental legacy from the Superintendent of the Cape Cod National Seashore and from his granddaughter Tatiana Schlossberg.…
 
Thanks to a twist of fate, the archives of Ernest Hemingway have been mostly preserved here at the JFK Library. Learn more about that story from the Library’s Hemingway scholar in residence and hear from two of the filmmakers about how the Ernest Hemingway Collection played a key role in the new documentary.…
 
Kaia and Dilani learn about SPREE from Dr. Ellis and get closer to the truth about the Grigori Young Scholars Program and the Grigoris' experiments with hybridization. Episode 11 features: Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) Katherine Hilton (Dilani) Janice Jobson (Mary Healey) Rob King (Dr. Ellis) Pan Conrad composed and arranged the music. The chimes effec…
 
Kaia, Neith, Zia, Josh, Dilani, and Rachel go to Conlang Con where Rowan LePlage tells the troubling tale of Dr Sturgeon and the Book of Noah. Episode 10 features Lydia Brauer (Kaia) Emmett Prough Richter (Neith) David Merrill (Josh) Aya Fouad (Zia) Katherine Hilton (Dilani) Rachel Hunter (Rachel) Daniel Wade McClain (Rowan LePlage) John Gardner (D…
 
An anamnesis experiment with the prompt "Samya" leads to Malmesbury Abbey, AD 1538, and Brother Aylward's dangerous translation of a mysterious manuscript. Episode 9 features: Lydia Brauer (Kaia) Amy Richter (Narrator) Phyllis Everette (Nurse Berith) Stephen Keeler (Brother Aylward) Simon Tibbs (Brother Kendrick) David Copley (Brother Wystan) Krist…
 
The United States saw the highest voter turnout in decades in the 2020 election. In many states, the increase in turn out was partly due to years of voter mobilization to bring in more historically disenfranchised voters to the polls. In this episode, we speak with one of the people who has been on the front lines of that movement - Stacey Abrams, …
 
John F. Kennedy ran for president as television was beginning to change the game of presidential politics. The importance and power of presidents' use of the bully pulpit was growing as they could reach vastly larger audiences in a single presidential address live on television. This episode looks closely at one of Kennedy’s most trusted aides and …
 
The students discover a strange gallery and Neith's research in the school's bell tower. In the church in the center of town, experiments with sound and a composition by St. Hildegard of Bingen lead the students to new understanding, but also drive them further into danger. Episode 8 features, in order of appearance: Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) David…
 
Kaia encounters family in the dream lab. Rewards are given at the GYSP Week Two assembly, but so are student expulsions. A friend reveals herself. Xanthe calls for help. Kaia faces a choice. Episode features in order of appearance Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) Phyllis Everett (Nurse Berith) Katherine Hilton (Dilani) Josiah Dykstra (Dr. Grigori) Aya Fou…
 
Kaia and Dilani meet with Dr. Calleo who gives Kaia an offer she can't refuse. The GYSP students conduct experiments with antimony. Kaia undergoes the Discernment Process. Josh discovers a mysterious letter that sheds light on Nephilim and their descendants. Episode 6 features in order of appearance Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) Katherine Hilton (Dilan…
 
Kaia realizes what her medication is and gets unexpected praise for her ethics assignment. Dr Grigori shows his own interest in Kaia. Xanthe wants to know how someone so average got the Grigoris's attention. Rewards are given to students who get through the first week of classes. The students receive a mysterious video. Episode 5 features, in order…
 
The long road to the White House in the 1960 campaign between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon comes to a dramatic end. In this final episode, we’ll look at the last days and hours before the election, the uncertainty of possible recounts afterward, and look ahead to how both candidates approached the future. We’ll also look at how lessons learned…
 
Kaia and Josh discover they have some things in common. Kaia does her homework and finds out about the Fall of the Watchers. Samya continues her work for the Peerless and meets the Gerasene Demoniac. Kaia and Dilani find the strange "specimens" for the Museum's next exhibit. The Ethics professor gives the GYSP students a challenging assignment. Epi…
 
On October 4, 1957, the successful launch of the Soviet satellite Sputnik sparked fear of Soviet Union dominance in technology and space. In this episode, we’ll look at how John F. Kennedy used American fears of the Soviet Union and creeping Communism to his political advantage in the 1960 campaign. We’ll also look at how 60 years later, threats fr…
 
Kaia sees something strange on her way to class. Kaia learns about Dilani's special gift. Samya tries to find out what Noah knows, but Noah notices more than she thinks. Kaia discovers another reason she doesn't belong. Ethics class seems, well, unethical. Episode 3 features, in order of appearance Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) Patrick Gillingham (Secu…
 
Kaia discloses a secret and makes a decision. Samya realizes her reward comes with a price. Kaia wonders if flunking out is more likely than fitting in. Episode 2 features, in order of appearance Lydia Brauer (Kaia Smith) Kristin Pagent (Aunt Alina, Zia's singing voice) Lisa Neuberger (Dr. Uriel) Kevin Hays (Dr. Focalor) Josiah Dykstra (Dr. Vadim G…
 
In this episode, we take you on a journey that follows the 1960 campaign into millions of living rooms through television, and then explore how the Kennedy team used the new medium to connect with voters. We'll also look at Nixon's television strategy and how the 1960 campaign’s use of television would influence future presidential campaigns' use o…
 
When 16-year old Kaia Smith is brought to the local police station, she makes some strange claims about what's really going on in the Grigori Young Scholars Program. Is Kaia telling the truth? And does the GYSP have anything to do with the death of Kaia's parents? The mystery begins . . . Episode 1 features, in order of appearance Seth Jason (Front…
 
What would it take to win the White House in 1960? For the Kennedy campaign, it started with building a trusted team, and a readiness to try new campaign strategies and tactics. In this episode, we’ll look at how Kennedy and Nixon’s campaign decisions helped make or break the election, and how some of those innovative strategies would influence mod…
 
While John F. Kennedy was formally launching his run for president at the start of 1960, another movement was gathering steam. This week, we’ll find out how the emerging modern Civil Rights Movement affected Kennedy’s and Nixon’s campaign strategies, and see how Kennedy worked to win over Black voters who were skeptical of his commitment to civil r…
 
Despite clear victories over some of his opponents during the primary season, John F. Kennedy’s path to the presidency still wasn’t certain as he arrived in Los Angeles for the Democratic National Convention. In this episode, we’ll hear about the young senator’s rise to the top, the challenges he faced in uniting a fractured party, and how he would…
 
This special eight-part audio documentary, from the team who brings you the JFK35 podcast, will tell the story of the Kennedy campaign and how it has influenced American campaigns since. The series features historians, political operatives, journalists, and more as it covers the campaign from the primaries through Election Night, highlighting key m…
 
When President Kennedy became his party’s nominee in 1960, Eleanor Roosevelt would eventually endorse him from her role as the leading member of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party. However, he wasn’t her first or even second choice. We talk with historian Barbara Perry, who’s working on a book about the political pair, and how Kennedy was abl…
 
While JFK was only a year old at the time of the 1918 Flu Pandemic, Ernest Hemingway, whose papers are housed at the JFK Library, was old enough to witness and record his thoughts throughout the pandemic. Hear from Hemingway scholar Susan Beegel to learn how the flu affected his family and loved ones while he was a young man overseas in World War I…
 
Live televised press conferences are a mainstay in politics today, but it was President John F. Kennedy who held the first one from the White House in 1961. On this episode, we’ll take a look at how and why President Kennedy continues to be a role model for presidential press conferences almost sixty years later.…
 
After President Kennedy announced his plan for a Peace Corps, he had one man in mind to run it, his brother-in-law Sargent Shriver. Our guests include Dr. Jamie Price, executive director of the Sargent Shriver Peace Institute, and also Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy III, President Kennedy’s great-nephew and an alumni of the Peace Corps.…
 
JFK Library and JFK Library Foundation Directors Alan Price and Rachel Flor discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the Library's and Foundation’s ongoing work, including sharing more of the Library and its resources to those at home.JFK Library Foundation による
 
In this bonus episode JFK35, we interview 2020 New Frontier Award honorees Christina Fialho and Christina Mansfield, who co-founded the non-profit Freedom For Immigrants. The organization has influenced new laws in California to protect immigrant rights and stop the expansion of controversial private detention facilities for immigrants.…
 
In this bonus episode JFK35, we interview 2020 New Frontier Award honoree Washington Lt. Governor Cyrus Habib. Habib received the award for his work on important issues for his constituents including sponsoring bills that would guarantee paid sick leave for almost all workers and the Washington Voting Rights Act, which would prevent racially polari…
 
For many, the holidays are a time to be with family and friends, decorate trees, and send out cards to loved ones. Things weren’t much different in the early 1960s - though in the midst of the Cold War, there were concerns about Santa Claus’s safety during nuclear testing. We sat down with archivists Stacey Chandler, Maryrose Grossman, and Laura Ki…
 
The environment and climate change have become household issues in the 2020 Presidential Election, but in 1960, the issue did not have the same sense of urgency. Still, President John F. Kennedy had a strong affection for the environment and its protection. In this episode, we look at some of President Kennedy's environmental legacy and speak to hi…
 
If you picture President Kennedy, you might imagine him sailing confidently on the sea, or charming visiting heads of state, or tackling questions from the press. But below that cool exterior, JFK was actually kind of a nerd. We speak with JFK Library archivist Stacey Chandler to get a closer look at the man behind the cool sunglasses and clever re…
 
Meet the JFK Library’s new curator Janice Hodson, as she discusses her background, how she found herself at the JFK Library, and a sneak peak at a new exhibit next spring. As a special treat (no tricks!), we will also revisit a Halloween story from the Kennedy White House.JFK Library Foundation による
 
40 years after the opening of the JFK Library, we speak with its first two directors, Dan Fenn and Chuck Daly, as they recall the events that led up to the Library’s dedication and their work establishing its mission. We will also speak with current Library Director Alan Price about his vision for the future of the Library.…
 
President Kennedy’s legacy from public service to science and technology to the arts continues to resonate today almost 60 years later. In this episode, learn about the Library’s revamped legacy gallery and hear from the Library’s museum specialists who helped design it.JFK Library Foundation による
 
Space scientists Maria Zuber, MIT Vice President for Research, Laurie Leshin, President of the Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and Sara Seager, MIT Professor of Planetary Science and Physics, join us to discuss their experiments in space and vision for the next generation.JFK Library Foundation による
 
For the first time, a portion of the JFK Library's Edward M. Kennedy Collection featuring documents, recordings, and photos from his four decades in the Senate have been opened to the public. We speak with Chief Archivist Karen Abramson, Senator Alan Simpson, and longtime Kennedy aid Barbara Souliotis.…
 
When President Kennedy took office in 1961, the United States appeared to be struggling to keep up with the Soviet Union on space exploration. President Kennedy made space a priority and promised to land a man on the Moon by the end of the decade. In this episode, we’ll talk with historian Doug Brinkley on how President Kennedy helped turn things a…
 
Alan Price, who joined the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum as its 6th director in 2018, tells us why he took the job and what he hopes to do as the Library’s latest steward. Plus, learn more about what the roles of Presidential Libraries are and why they’re important.JFK Library Foundation による
 
The JFK Library Foundation and Institute of Politics at Harvard University continue to honor those who heed JFK's call for a New Frontier with the New Frontier Awards. This week, we talk with this year’s honorees including some of the organizers of the March for Our Lives movement and the youngest-elected Mayor of Stockton California.…
 
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