Robert F. Kennedy assassinated in Los Angeles on June 5, 1968

Robert F. Kennedy assassinated in Los Angeles on June 5, 1968
'What kind of a nation we are': Robert F Kennedy's iconic speech offers radical hope in a time of terror
This June 5, 1968 file photo shows Sen. Robert F. Kennedy speaking at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, following his victory in the previous day's California primary election. A moment later he turned into a hotel kitchen corridor and was

FILE - In this May 9, 1968 file photo, Sen. Robert F. Kennedy speaks to the delegates of the United Auto Workers at a convention hall in Atlantic City, N.J. The seventh child of Joseph and Rose Kennedy was named U.S. attorney general after his brother …

Daily Almanac for Monday, June 5, 2017

New York Senator and presidential candidate Robert F Kennedy was shot on this day in 1968. His words offer a prophetic challenge and hope to a world in a crisis of terror.Wikimeida Commons. On this day in 1968 US senator and presidential hopeful Robert

Remembering the legacy of Robert F. Kennedy

I was 11 years old in 1968, still not fully politically aware but certainly getting there. And I think everyone knew that we were approaching a watershed moment in US history…and it seemed that we had a flag-bearer to help us get there. Gene McCarthy …

Shortly after midnight on June 5, 1968, New York Senator Robert F. Kennedy had just finished celebrating his victory in the California Democratic Primary. He thanked his campaign workers in the ballroom of the Ambassador Hotel, telling them that he was

“And now it's on to Chicago, and let's win there,” Senator Robert F. Kennedy triumphantly declared during his speech after a decisive victory in the California Democratic primary on June 5, 1968. It had become clear that Kennedy would be the Democratic

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