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During his lifetime, Robert Kennedy fought passionately for human rights both in the United States and across the globe. He became a champion of the oppressed and impoverished, believing that each of us, especially the young, has both the responsibility and the capacity to make a positive difference in overcoming social injustice.
The RFK Legacy Education Project is a rich collection of digital resources designed to inform and inspire a new generation by:
Exploring the courageous journey of Robert Kennedy through his inspiring words and actions
Discovering of the meaning of his message and learning to apply it to our own times
Maintaining the legacy of one of the most impassioned human rights figures in American history
Joining the legacy of his call for each of us to take a stand against injustice
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This Date, in History:
Sept. 30, 1962
With on-the-ground support from Robert Kennedy’s deputies, James Meredith becomes the first African-American student to enroll at the University of Mississippi