Robert F Kennedy was a famous American lawyer and politician. Hailing from the city of Brooklyn, RFK was the 64th Attorney General of the USA.
He worked in the office from 1961 to 1964 and then shifted to the position of US Senator from 1965 until he was assassinated.
Apart from being a critically acclaimed politician, Robert F Kennedy was also a kind young celebrity.
Here is everything you need to know about the man who was murdered because of conspiracy theories.
|Real Name||Robert Francis Kennedy Junior|
|Parents||Joseph P. Kennedy Senior and Rose Fitzgerald|
|Siblings||John F. Kennedy|
|Birth Place||Brooklyn, Massachusetts|
|Birth Date||20th November, 1925|
|Education||Gibbs School for Boys|
|Profession||Activist, Environmental Lawyer, Politician|
|Net Worth||$100 million|
Education And Professional Life Of Robert F Kennedy
Robert F Kennedy never studied for a single school throughout his educational life. He has been shifting between private and boarding schools due to the business his father.
Robert has studied at Bronxville Public School, Gibbs School, St. Paul’s School, and Portsmouth Abbey School.
To complete his 11th and 12th grades, RFK joined Milton Academy, his third boarding school where he became good friends with David Hackett.
In 1943, Robert Kennedy enrolled himself in the Naval Reserve and was released from duty in 1944. To complete his post-training; he shifted to Harvard.
In 1946, He studied at Harvard, and throughout his education, he was also an active participant in John F Kennedy’s US campaigning. He finished his graduation in 1948 and gained a bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
He has also studied law and journalism to get a strong hold on his political career.
Political Career Of Robert F Kennedy
Watching his brother running for politics, he also entered the same career. In 1968, Robert F Kennedy declared the news of his campaign for the presidential elections.
During that time, he won the important primaries in Nebraska and Indiana. Robert Kennedy also talked to the public around the country and gained their confidence.
He won the Democratic primary position in the state and shortly, he was assassinated. The politician took his lath breath at LA’s Ambassador Hotel and he was merely 42 at the time.
Relationships Of Robert F Kennedy
In 1950, Robert F Kennedy married Ethel Skakel. She was a socialite and the daughter of George (a well-known businessman).
The couple had 11 kids together and Ethel is still alive and working as a human rights advocate.
Faith And Religion Followed By Robert F Kennedy
Robert followed Catholicism and it was an integral part of his personal and political track in life. He was always religious as compared to his brothers and always approached the activities from a catholic perspective.
Robert always attended catholic mass and often went out of his way to help others. As talked about Robert’s fascination with the Polish nation, John Seigenthaler always called it strange.
Robert F Kennedy tried to pressurise catholic officials to have a progressive shift. In 1966, the politician went to meet Pope Paul VI and forced him to focus on poverty and struggles faced by black people in South Africa.
During this last phase of life, Robert got his heart set on Greek poetry and plays. He was especially fascinated with Aeschylus.
Owing to how he helped people during his political career, He is always remembered dearly by the citizens of America.
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