In addition to the special events listed below, JFK: The Last Speech has been broadcast on public television stations across the U.S.

Wednesday – Sunday Oct. 2 – 6

Mystic, Connecticut

Mystic Film Festival

Friday – Sunday October 4 – 6

Fremont, Ohio

American Presidents Film Festival

“A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces but also by the men it honors, the men it remembers.”

– President Kennedy at Amherst


May 2018 – John F. Kennedy Library & Museum, Boston

October 2018 – The Dairy Arts Center, Boulder, Colorado

October 2018 – “Rally the Vote” at The Flint Institute of the Arts

January, 2019 – Fenton, Michigan

February, 2019 – Scarsdale Forum, Scarsdale, New York

April 2019 – The Conference on World Affairs, Boulder, Colorado

April 2019 – Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida

May 2019 – Ripton Historical Society, Ripton, Vermont

June 2019 – Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts

June 2019 – Vero Beach Film Festival – 2 Screenings, Vero Beach, Florida

June 2019 – Ramsgate Film Festival, Ramsgate, England

June 2019 – Park City International Film Festival, Park City, Utah

June 2019 – Embassy of the United States, Dublin, Ireland

June 2019 – Embassy of the United States, London, England

June 2019 – Beaconsfield Society at the Fitzwilliam Center, Beaconsfield, England

July 2019 – Midcoast Film Fest, Damariscotta, Maine

“This project is motivated by the conviction that JFK’s words at Amherst are more important today than when he spoke to us.”

– Neil Bicknell, Executive Producer of JFK: The Last Speech and Co-Editor of the Book of the same name


August 23 – Literati Bookstore in Ann Arbor, Michigan

7 PM Literati Bookstore, 124 East Washington Street in Ann Arbor, Michigan

Speaking: Roger Mills

September 28 – Barnes and Noble in Richmond, Virginia

 3 PM  Midlothian Barnes and Noble at Chesterfield Town Center,
11500 Midlothian Turnpike in Richmond, Virginia

Signing: Bank Greene

“My generation has the ability to help the next generation embody what I think Kennedy was trying to embody for us.  And if we don’t do that, I think we will have missed an opportunity. “

– Rabbi Peter Rubinstein


November 2018 – Barnes and Noble in Boulder, Colorado

November 2018 –  “Get Out The Vote” Program in Flint, Michigan

February 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Westminster, Colorado

April 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Glendale, Colorado

April 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Thornton, Colorado

May 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Aurora, Colorado

May 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Holyoke, Massachusetts

June 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Stockton, California

June 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Rochester Hills, Michigan

June 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Roseville, California

June 2019 – Toadstool Bookshop in Keene, New Hampshire

July 2019 – Barnes and Noble in Fair Lakes, Virginia

How You Can Help …

  • Introduce these materials to teachers in colleges, high schools and middle schools. 

  • Utilize them in political science and leadership classes.

  • Bring AP English and History classes together to talk about the influence of President Kennedy and Robert Frost.

  • Share your lesson plans with us to be included in an online study guide.

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