Getting to the Point with John Kerry
68th U.S. Secretary of State, United States Senator, and author John Kerry will participate in a wide-ranging conversation at the Institute, moderated by David S. Bernstein, Contributor, Boston Magazine and WGBH News.
Secretary Kerry will discuss his recent memoir, Every Day is Extra, reflect on the current challenges facing our nation, and offer insights on the major milestones from his 50 years in public service and what lessons they offer today.
A book signing will follow and copies of Every Day is Extra will be available for purchase from the Institute’s gift shop on the night of the program.
A panel discussion and exhibition on income inequality organized by the Humanities Workshop, a consortium of secondary schools in the Greater Boston area that explores pressing issues affecting our community through a humanist lens.
The Kennedy Institute serves as the service village for the Martin Richard Foundation’s Spring Service Day. This event provides an opportunity for families to participate together in a day of service around the theme “creating a better world for young people.”
Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, coauthors of Politico Playbook will join Steve Scully, Political Editor, C-SPAN, to discuss “The Hill to Die On,” their inside account of President Trump’s first two years in the White House as viewed from Capitol Hill.