Robert Kennedy

Robert Kennedy

Such a moving photograph. I like to think this is the moment Bobby Kennedy realized his obligation to justice, civil rights and social equality.

Such a moving photograph. I like to think this is the moment Bobby Kennedy realized his obligation to justice, civil rights and social equality.

Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: June 5, 1968, Los Angeles Busboy Juan Romero, 17, comforts Robert F. Kennedy moments after Kennedy is shot in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel kitchen. Thirty-five years later, Romero would tell Times’ columnist Steve Lopez: “He was looking up at the ceiling, and I thought he’d banged his head. I asked, ‘Are you OK? Can you get up?'”

Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy: June 5, 1968, Los Angeles Busboy Juan Romero, 17, comforts Robert F. Kennedy moments after Kennedy is shot in the pantry of the Ambassador Hotel kitchen. Thirty-five years later, Romero would tell Times’ columnist Steve Lopez: “He was looking up at the ceiling, and I thought he’d banged his head. I asked, ‘Are you OK? Can you get up?'”

RFK

RFK

Great photo: Robert and Ethel Kennedy pays respect to Coretta Scott King and her family after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Atlanta, Georgia April 1968.

Great photo: Robert and Ethel Kennedy pays respect to Coretta Scott King and her family after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. Atlanta, Georgia April 1968.

RFK...his only words were to ask the kind busboy holding his head (Romero) if everyone was ok...

RFK...his only words were to ask the kind busboy holding his head (Romero) if everyone was ok...

Kennedys.

Kennedys.

Celebrating victory… Jack, Bobby, Sargent Shriver

Celebrating victory… Jack, Bobby, Sargent Shriver

Robert Kennedy, 1964.

Robert Kennedy, 1964.

Robert F. Kennedy speaking at the 1964 Democratic Convention

Robert F. Kennedy speaking at the 1964 Democratic Convention

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