“We walked in to the dining room and said, ‘Mummy, we want to get arrested in front of the South African Embassy,’” she recalled. “And Mummy, without missing a beat, said, ‘Great, let’s go down there right now.’ She took us down and we got arrested, and she couldn’t have been prouder.”
Mrs. Kennedy’s determination remains unflagging. While reluctant to discuss herself, she launches energetically into detailing efforts by the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights to improve conditions for New York farm workers.
One area that remains off limits in the film is her husband’s Los Angeles shooting by Sirhan Sirhan.
“Talk about something else,” she replies to her daughter’s question on the subject.
• Compiled from Web and wire reports
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