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JFK Lancer Announces Keynote Speaker
for Award Banquet
JFK Lancer is pleased to announce Jefferson Morley as the
keynote speaker for the November in Dallas annual conference
Mary Ferrell - JFK Lancer Banquet. Morley has written about
the JFK story for national publications and was awarded the
2009 PEN/Oakland Censorship Award for his JFK reporting.
He is author of Our Man in Mexico;
Winston Scott and the Hidden History of the CIA (University Press of Kansas, 2008).
Morley is a veteran Washington journalist. He started his
career as an editor at the New Republic. He also
served as Washington correspondent for The Nation and Spin magazine.
From 1992 to 2007, he worked at the Washington
Post as an
editor in the "Sunday Outlook" section, a reporter in
the Metro section, and as author of the "World Opinion
Morley has been published in The Washington
Post, New York Review of Books, The Nation, The New Republic,
Slate, American Prospect, Spin, Rolling Stone, The Los Angeles
Times, Foreign Service Journal, and the New York
Observer. Morley's lastest
work, Snow-Storm in August was published by Nan Talese/Doubleday
in July 2012.
McElwain-Brown Slated to Speak
JFK Limousine Expert to Present New Research
Pamela McElwain-Brown is generally acknowledged to be the
foremost authority on the JFK Assassination Presidential
Limousine SS-100-X. JFK Lancer is pleased to announce she
will presenting new research at the November in Dallas 2013
has given several presentations on the famous limousine, written journal articles
in the US and abroad, and has been in numerous television programs.
In the 2004 SPEED Channel aired an exciting hour-long documentary
devoted entirely to the JFK Presidential Limousine. Pamela
McElwain-Brown's essay SS-100-X" from
CAR CRASH CULTURE (Palgrave/2002) was used as the basis for the assassination
McElwain-Brown was hired by Discovery as a consultant for
the 2008 Discovery Channel program Inside the Target Car
special. Although her research was not used in the program,
the acknowledgment of her expertise was well deserved.
Presents Ted Sorensen Interview on Assassination
BRENT HOLLAND has two broadcast shows, both focused on students
- high school, college, university and all the rest of us
at all ages - both are a volunteer show and put on by a staff
of one with no funding or budget. The Brent Holland Show
presents interviews with international and national legends
such as Nobel Peace Prize recipients and Heads of State.
Included in that list of notables is Ted Sorensen who wrote
as part of JFK's Nuclear Test Ban Treaty speech:
According to the ancient Chinese proverb, 'A journey of a
thousand miles must begin with a single step'. My fellow
Americans, let us take that first step. Let us, if we can,
step back from the shadows of war and seek out the way of
peace. And if that journey is a thousand miles, or even more,
let history record that we, in this land, at this time, took
the first step.
A holocaust that was far too real in Oct
1962 when it was discovered the Soviets had placed offensive
nuclear weapons in Cuba. Missiles that would only take five
minutes to reach Washington. JFK handed Ted the future of
the human race that night when he told him to draft a letter
to Soviet premier Khrushchev in a last ditch attempt to resolve
the crisis. Sorensen reveals to Holland many intimate details
concerning this historic time, among others. Holland brings
to the JFK Lancer November in Dallas Conference a unique
opportunity for us gain insight into one of the great men
of our nation.
Girl on the Stairs:
The Search for a Missing Witness to the JFK Assassination
JFK Lancer is pleased to announce BARRY ERNEST will be speaking
on his highly acclaimed book, The Girl on the Stairs: The
Search for a Missing Witness to the JFK Assassination. With
a degree in journalism and communications, Ernest honed his
skills as an investigative reporter and feature writer at
newspapers in New York and Pennsylvania. It was a tip from
a friend in 1967 that started Mr. Ernest looking for answers
to the John Kennedy assassination.
Ernest's book has been updated, a forward by David Lifton
added, and has new cover. The release of this much anticipated
book is scheduled for early March. It required 35 years of
painstakingly diligent searching to uncover Victoria Adams,
a key witness to the JFK assassination, and her story. Adams
was on the staircase of the Texas School Book Depository
at the precise moment that Lee Harvey Oswald, according to
the Warren Commission, was making his escape-yet she saw
no one. Badgered by the Commission and fearing for her life,
Adams vanished into obscurity. At long last, her story has
been brought to light and forces us to reconsider one of
the most controversial assassinations of the 20th century.
||Movie Screening Night w Optional Dinner
||Walking Tour of Dealey Plaza
||Bus Tours of Assassination Sites
||Book Signings / Interview Opportunities
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