Edward M. Kennedy Oral History Project Public Launch Ceremony
The Edward M. Kennedy Oral History Project, created in partnership with the Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, is a compilation of interviews from current and former members of the Senate, House, administration officials, foreign leaders, Senate staff, issue advocates, journalists, family and friends documenting Senator Kennedy’s service. An opening ceremony heralded the completion and public launch of the Edward M. Kennedy Oral History Project on September 30, 2015. Michael Beschloss offered an historical overview and Judy Woodruff lead distinguished panelists in a conversation about Civil Rights: The March for Progress.
Senator Kennedy spent many years working to achieve comprehensive immigration reform. In this speech, he explained the continued urgency of the issue.
Former Vice President Biden recognizes Secretary Kerry for his years of public service to Massachusetts and the country.
Inspiring the next generation of leaders to become active participants in democracy.