by Chris Riback
There was really no way for the city of New Orleans to prepare itself for the next 300 years without dealing with its Confederate statues, he says in an interview.
SOURCE: The Boston Globe
The award, established by members of the Kennedy family to honor JFK after his 1963 assassination, recognizes and celebrates “the quality of political courage that he admired most,” according to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum.
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