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Thu November 21, 2013
-Eastern Standard

JFK Legacy in Kentucky on Eastern Standard

Where were you when you first learned about President Kennedy's assassination?  How did you hear about it? Did it effect you?  How do you view Kennedy's presidency half-a-century later? These are some of the questions we're asking in this week's show. 

This week's Eastern Standard is just one of the programs and news features commemorating the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Credit Courtesy the JFK Library

Our guests for this discussion of JFK's Legacy in Kentucky:  Carolyn Dupont, assistant professor of History at Eastern Kentucky University; Jonathan Miller, attorney at Frost, Brown, Todd in Lexington; John J. Johnson, Executive Director of the KY Human Rights Commission.

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For more information about the Kentucky connection to the assassination of JFK, click here to read about and hear a 30-minute interview with former assistant presidential press secretary Malcolm Kilduff.

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