Speaking Engagements

Politics Panel

Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture's JFK Symposium

10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CDT

Gardere Partner Randy D. Gordon has been chosen to moderate the Politics Panel during the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture's JFK Symposium. Mr. Gordon will participate with other Dallas leaders and experts in contemplating the impact of President John F. Kennedy's assassination from various perspectives, including journalism, politics, art, and the humanities and religion.

The event will take place at The Southside Ballroom. Mr. Gordon will join program teams, keynote speakers and the audience in analyzing this year's theme: Is Dallas' catharsis of the JFK assassination complete, or is it still in process? Do thoughts remain unexpressed, deeds undone, rituals unperformed?

The event is open to the public.

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