50 Years after RFK’s Assassination, Divisions Linger

50 Years after RFK’s Assassination, Divisions Linger

June 6, 2018, 2:49 AM

Moments after winning the California primary that many said cleared the path to winning his party’s nomination, U.S. presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was shot and mortally wounded. His death, two months after Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination, left a wound on the nation that still lingers 50 years later. VOA’s Jesusemen Oni reflects on how RFK’s death changed the political landscape in the United States.Original Article

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