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RFK’s daughter Kerry Kennedy talks about her new book ‘Ripples of Hope’
It’s been 50 years since Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was slain by an assassin’s bullet. Now his daughter Kerry joins TODAY to talk about her new book about his legacy, “Ripples of Hope.” She says her father taught her that “peace is not something just to pray for.”
Where is America 50 years after RFK's death?13:11
Remembering RFK’s final speech 50 years later01:53
Chris Matthews: US would be ‘hell of a different country’ had RFK not been shot03:01
Robert F. Kennedy’s legacy endures 50 years after his death05:14
Remembering the legacy of RFK 50 years later11:41
Let Me Finish: The Bobby Kennedy I Want America To Remember01:06