Edward M. Kennedy Oral History Project: Peace and Reconciliation in Northern Ireland
The Institute hosted its first public program following the release of the Edward M. Kennedy Oral History Project in September 2015. Given the rich content on Irish affairs within the Oral History Project, namely the peace and reconciliation process in Northern Ireland, the topic was a fitting choice. Former Senate Majority Leader and U.S. Special Envoy to Northern Ireland George Mitchell will deliver the keynote address. Kelly O'Donnell, Capitol Hill Correspondent for NBC News, will moderate the discussion to follow with Senator Mitchell, Ambassador Nancy Soderberg, Mr. Niall O'Dowd, Congressman Peter King (R-NY), and Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA).
Learn more about the Edward M. Kennedy Oral History Project here.
Innovative education leader Geoffrey Canada, president and founder of Harlem Children’s Zone, is the inaugural speaker for the Stone Social Impact Forum, a new signature series highlighting civic change agents who advance social change and innovatively address areas of inequality in our society.
Learn more about our program series, including Across the Aisle, Getting to the Point, and other special programs.
On Friday, July 26, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute participates in offering a “Free Fun Friday” through support from the Highland Street Foundation. The Institute is open for free all day. There is no admission cost.