Fifty years ago come December 24 (Christmas Eve), 1968, the Apollo 8 mission changed how we see the earth and ourselves forever.

Apollo 8 launched on December 21, 1968 and took nearly three days (68 hours) to travel the distance to the moon. The three astronauts aboard were Frank Borman, James Lovell Jr., and Bill Anders. The...

We buried two remarkable social reformers, Martin Luther King, Jr. (age 39) and Robert F. Kennedy (age 42), 50 years ago this year

We buried two remarkable social reformers, Martin Luther King, Jr. (age 39) and Robert F. Kennedy (age 42), 50 years ago this year Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) would have turned 89 years old this...

Keeping President John F. Kennedy’s Vision of New Generations of Proactive and Innovative Leadership Alive

JFK’s dream of new cycles of leadership is about to cross a critical threshold. The need for innovative and proactive leadership is greater than ever. What would JFK think of this new cycle, and how...

The Interconnected Lives of Martin Luther King, Jr., Robert F. Kennedy, Albert Luthuli, and Nelson Mandela

Joe Colletti, PhD September, 2017 T he appalling assassinations of two accomplished advocates, Martin Luther King, Jr. (died April 4, 1968) and Robert F. Kennedy (died June 6, 1968) happened nearly...
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