On Wednesday, December 12th, 2018, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights hosted the fabulous 2018 Ripple of Hope Awards honoring four exceptional laureates including the 44th President of the United States Continue Reading →
On Wednesday, December 12, 2018, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights, under the leadership of the organization’s president Kerry Kennedy, will host the Ripple of Hope Awards.
Soon after President Kennedy’s death, Robert F. Kennedy resigned as Attorney General and, in 1964, ran for the United States Senate from New York.
Susan L. Taylor, founder and CEO of the National CARES Mentoring Movement, is a national inspiration for her devotion to breaking the cycle of intergenerational poverty among African Americans.
Robert Frederick Smith, born December 1, 1962 -, graduated from Columbia Business School in West Harlem, is an American billionaire businessman, investor and philanthropist.
Robert F. Kennedy’s passion and vision helped his brother John get elected president, sparked a country’s conscience, guided the nation through terrifying crises, and inspired a generation.
Eunice Roberta Hunton Carter, 1899 – 1970, broke down racial and gender barriers. She was one of New York’s first African-American woman lawyers, and served as one of the first district Continue Reading →
NY Times reports that a few months after moving into Gracie Mansion, Mayor Bill de Blasio approached his transportation commissioner with a question: How do we fix the Franklin D. Roosevelt Continue Reading →
Playing two roles in Jordan Peele’s new horror film, Us, Lupita Nyong’o used disability to create the “creepy voice” for Adelaide Wilson’s doppelgänger.
Anna Pauline “Pauli” Murray, 1910–1985, was an American civil rights activist, women’s rights activist, lawyer, Episcopal priest, and author.