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JFK Library Forums

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JFK Library Forums

Kennedy Library Forums

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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.
 
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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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Solving JFK

Matt Crumpton

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Solving JFK examines each issue in the JFK Assassination by looking at the arguments from both those who believe Oswald acted alone and those who believe there was a conspiracy to kill president Kennedy. Host Matt Crumpton analyzes each tree in the forest and then zooms out to look at the big picture. Objective truth is the paramount goal of the podcast, with every factual proposition cited. In season one, we look at whether the Warren Report got it right that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone ...
 
On October 16, 1962, President John F. Kennedy was told the Soviet Union was assembling nuclear warheads on the island of Cuba, just 90 miles from the Florida coastline. During the next 13 days and beyond, President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev would make decisions in a crisis that brought the world closer to all-out nuclear war than it has ever been. Today, we continue to live with the historic legacy of the Cuban Missile Crisis and its lessons of leadership, diplomacy, and ...
 
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 134 introduces the concept of a Bonus Episode. We cover some additional history related to Angel Castro, the father of Fidel. Join us in this continuing miniseries on Cuban history as we continue to set the stage and explore the forces that were shaping the world in that era of the twentieth century. It's history that immerses us in the Cub…
 
In this episode, we'll go through all of the government investigations so far (the Warren Commission, the Church Commission, the Pike Committee, the Rockefeller Committee, the HSCA, and the ARRB) to get caught up on the lay of the land when it comes to the state of the JFK Assassination. We'll also look at a few cases of civil litigation that are t…
 
Douglas Brinkley discusses his forthcoming book "Silent Spring Revolution: John F. Kennedy, Rachel Carson, Lyndon Johnson, and the Great Environmental Awakening," which explores the rise of environmental activism, with Michael Eric Dyson, award-winning author and professor of African American and diaspora studies and of ethics and society at Vander…
 
Episode 133 is the second fully dedicated episode covering Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution. In this episode, we give an overview of the revolutionary years and chronicle the major events of the Cuban Revolution that took place during the period between the coup by Batista in March 1952 through the fall of the Batista government, marked by his…
 
Episode 132 is the first fully dedicated episode covering Fidel Castro in what will be a mini series of episodes that covers Castro from his beginning. This current series will take us all the way through his triumphant toppling of the Batista government on January 1, 1959. This first episode chronicles Fidel Castro's background, and his early year…
 
If you take a dive down the rabbit hole that is the Assassination of President John F Kennedy, one of the first things you notice is just how much information there is to digest. There are at least one hundred disputed issues. And each one of those topics has its own cast of characters. Some of the witnesses present important testimony that paints …
 
Episode 130 addresses key events in Cuba that took place immediately in the aftermath of the coup by Batista and mostly just after 1952. We also begin to explore the rise of Fidel Castro to Cuba's center stage and we will make the pivot to a complet history of Castro over the next several episodes beginning in episode 131. The aftermath and repurcu…
 
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. This episode was developed, co-hosted, and produced by Tony Oldani, Ophelia Reuter, and Sina Morgan. Daniel Lazar is the Founding Adviser of ID…
 
Episode 129 addresses key events in Cuba that took place after the Havana Conference and mostly between 1948 and 1952 and which led up to the coup by Fulgencio Batista in 1952. This area and the coup would lay the seeds for the rise of the young Fidel Castro as a revolutionary force in Cuba. It is here on this island nation where the story eventual…
 
Episode 128 is the third in a multiple episode wander on the history of the Mafia's Havana Conference of 1946 which took place in Cuba. These episodes on the conference are the backdrop and part of the rich history of the Mafia's glory period in Cuba which ran from 1952 through the fall of the Batista government in 1958. It is here on this island n…
 
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. This episode was developed, co-hosted, and produced by Tony Oldani, Ophelia Reuter, and Sina Morgan. Daniel Lazar is the Founding Adviser of ID…
 
Episode 127 is the second episode in a multiple episode wander about the epoch 1946 Havana Conference held by the Mafia on the island of Cuba. The conference defined the involvement of organized crime on the island through 1959 and up to the fall of Bautista. This is part of a larger wander and a larger story tell of the history of Cuba dating all …
 
Episode 126 is the first episode in a multiple episode wander about the epoch 1946 Havana Conference held by the Mafia on the island. The conference defined the involvement of organized crime on the island through 1959 and up to the fall of Bautista. This is part of a larger wander and a larger story tell of the history of Cuba dating all the way b…
 
Sixty years after the Cuban Missile Crisis, today’s world leaders can apply lessons learned to potential future nuclear crises. Former Obama Administration Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, Executive Director of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard University Alexandra Vacroux, and former Pulitzer-prize winning re…
 
After the United States and Soviet Union survived the Cuban Missile Crisis and its immediate aftermath, the next steps for the two superpowers would be critical. This episode looks at Kennedy’s "strategy of peace" speech at American University and the limited test ban treaty negotiated between Khrushchev and Kennedy, that some say saved the world a…
 
The only way to find out what really happened in Dallas on November 22, 1963 is to zoom in to every detail and determine what is most likely to have happened given the evidence. That’s where the Solving JFK podcast comes in. In each episode we’ll dive deep into the assassination evidence and answer questions about the case while looking at the evid…
 
John F. Kennedy and Nikita Khrushchev reached an agreement about the Cuban Missile Crisis on October 28, but the crisis wouldn’t end there. Fidel Castro, angered by Nikita Khrushchev’s decision, threatened a serious setback in the negotiations to remove all offensive weapons - including tactical nuclear weapons - from his country.…
 
October 27, 1962, also known as “Black Saturday," was the most dangerous day of the Cuban Missile Crisis as events began to spiral out of control. With two contrasting messages from Chairman Khrushchev, President Kennedy had to find a way to resolve the crisis or risk a nuclear war. Outside of the White House, the crisis took a fatal turn and war w…
 
This special conference commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis will explore the Crisis and the lessons it still holds for us. Sessions will examine the historical context of the Crisis, as well as how lessons from the Crisis resonate with contemporary challenges. Curator for special projects at the International Spy Museum A…
 
This special conference commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Cuban Missile Crisis will explore the crisis and the lessons it still holds for us. Sessions will examine the historical context of the crisis, as well as how lessons from the crisis resonate with contemporary challenges. Activist and author Daniel Ellsberg (virtual), Harvard profess…
 
By October 22, 1962, after days of long discussions with his advisors, President John F. Kennedy was ready to go public about the Soviet missiles in Cuba. His address to the American people laid out his plan to initiate a naval quarantine to prevent more Soviet ships and weapons from reaching Cuba. He also stressed the uncertainty and danger that l…
 
In the first few days of the Cuban Missile Crisis, President Kennedy and his advisors faced an extremely difficult choice on whether to attack Cuba, and how to do it without engulfing the world in a nuclear war. In this episode, you’ll hear some of the conversations from the top secret meetings between Kennedy and his advisors as he considered his …
 
Episode 125 is the third in a multiple episode wander on the history of Cuba dating all the way back to the island conquest by Spain. We take you swiftly through hundreds of years of colonial rule that shaped the geopolitics of the region and defined its 20th century relationship with the United States. In today's episode we cover the period from t…
 
From the moment President Kennedy took office, he warned the country about the dangers of nuclear weapons that could result in the deaths of millions. It would be his decisions and actions that would keep the country from the brink of total nuclear war. In the years leading up to the Cuban Missile Crisis, Kennedy would face a number of embarrassing…
 
Episode 124 is the second in a multiple episode wander on the history of Cuba dating all the way back to the island conquest by Spain. We take you swiftly through hundreds of years of colonial rule that shaped the geopolitics of the region and defined its 20th century relationship with the United States. It is here on this island nation where the s…
 
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Episode 123 is the first in a multiple episode wander on the history of Cuba. It is here that the story converges around the Cubans, CIA men and the mafia. All in one place. Join us as we continue to explore the forces that were shaping the world in that era of the twentieth century. We started first in Episode 115 with the origins of the CIA and i…
 
Episode 122 is the final episode in the History of the Mafia series and it is a short episode and just a bit more wander that allows us to summarize some key elements of what we learned about the rise of the Mafia. Lessons we can take with us as we pivot in upcoming episodes and experience the island of the Cuba and the convergance of Cubans, CIA m…
 
The article discussed is, "How to talk about disability sensitively and avoid ableist tropes" from NPR. 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. This episode was developed, co-hosted, …
 
Jonathan Capehart, associate editor for The Washington Post and anchor of MSNBC’s The Sunday Show, and Ali Vitali, Capitol Hill correspondent for NBC News and author of Electable: Why America Hasn’t Put A Woman in the White House…Yet, explore key issues in advance of the midterm elections with Lisa Desjardins, correspondent for PBS NewsHour.…
 
Episode 121 is the seventh episode of a series of quasi history lessons and Part 6 of a series covering the history of the Mafia. In part 6, we cover the last leg of the story of the Great Awakening. The story of the government and the public finally recognizing and acknowledging the existence of a national crime syndicate. Episode 121 covers the i…
 
Episode 120 is the sixth episode of a series of quasi history lessons and Part 5 of a series covering the history of the Mafia. In part 5, we cover the infamous Apalachin Meeting that was dubbed as one of the two greatest intelligence coups in the history of the fight against the Mafia in this country. It was this event that forced J. Edgar Hoover …
 
Episode 119 is the fifth episode of a series of quasi history lessons and Part 4 of a series covering the history of the Mafia. This series is a prelude to what comes next as we begin to explore the forces that were shaping the world in that era of the twentieth century. Hear more about the great awakening of the government and the public regarding…
 
Episode 118 is the fourth episode of a series of quasi history lessons and Part 3 of a series covering the history of the Mafia. This series is a prelude to what comes next as we begin to explore the forces that were shaping the world in that era of the twentieth century. We started first in Episode 115 with the origins of the CIA and the history o…
 
Episode 117 is the third episode of a series of quasi history lessons as we begin to explore the forces that were shaping the world in that era of the twentieth century. We started first in Episode 115 with the origins of the CIA and the history of covert operations, since they will eventually play an important role in this story. Starting in Episo…
 
Episode 116 is the second episode of a series of quasi history lessons as we begin to explore the forces that were shaping the world in that era of the twentieth century. We started first in Episode 115 with the origins of the CIA and the history of covert operations since they will eventually play an important role in this story. In Episode 116, w…
 
On October 16, 1962, President John F. Kennedy was told the Soviet Union was assembling nuclear warheads on the island of Cuba, just 90 miles from the Florida coastline. Over the course of the next 13 days and beyond, President Kennedy and Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev would make decisions in a crisis that brought the world closer to all-out nuc…
 
Episode 115 is the first episode of a series of quasi history lessons as we begin to explore the forces that were shaping the world in that era of the twentieth century. We start first with the origins of the CIA and the history of covert operations since they will eventually play an important role in this story. In short order we will begin to dis…
 
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