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Online talk on JFK in the Summer of 1963

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JFK in the Summer of 1963: Civil Rights, Cold War Politics and an Irish Homecoming

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During the summer of 1963, President John F. Kennedy was faced with a number of major civil rights issues in America, which took place against the backdrop of the global Cold War.

This talk will examine the way President Kennedy addressed those issues and will include a discussion of his joyful homecoming to Ireland at the end of that summer.

A short video of JFK’s visit will be shown to accompany the talk.

Booking through clondalkinlibrary@eventbrite.com

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Clondalkin Library is situated in the heart of Clondalkin village.  It is one of the branches of South Dublin Libraries.  South Dublin Libraries are cornerstones of their communities, enriching the fabric of the County through information and learning and by providing access to the world of ideas and information. The library service promotes lifelong learning, the love of reading, the possibilities of technology, and the exploration of ideas, culture and knowledge in vibrant inclusive libraries.

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