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It also is the foundation for the RFK Center's Speak Truth To Power program - a multi-faceted global initiative that uses the experiences of courageous defenders from around the world to educate students and others about human rights, and urge them to take action.Kennedy has appeared numerous times on ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN and PBS as well as on networks in countries around the world, and her commentaries and articles have been published in The Boston Globe, The Chicago Sun-Times, L'Unita, The Los Angeles Times, Marie Claire, The New York Times, Página/12, TV Guide, and the Yale Journal of International Law.The plaintiffs' lead American lawyer reportedly paid Kennedy ,000 in February 2010, and the plaintiffs' law firm budgeted ,000 per month for her services, plus ,000 in expenses in June 2010.Kennedy was also reportedly given a 0.25 percent share of any money collected from Chevron, worth US million if the full amount were to be collected.As a special correspondent for the environmental magazine television program, Network Earth, she reported on human rights and the environment.She interviewed human rights leaders for Voice of America.She has received awards from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (for leadership in abolishing the death penalty), the American Jewish Congress of the Metropolitan Region, and the Institute for the Italian American experience three I's award for outstanding efforts and achievements for human rights.
Interviewees include Tony Bennett, Harry Belafonte, Bono, Barack Obama, John Lewis and activists including Gloria Steinem and Marian Wright Edelman.Kennedy also serves on the Advisory Board of the Columbia Center on Sustainable Investment at Columbia University.Kennedy also travels the country giving speeches and presentations and calling on her audiences to stand up and fight against human rights violations.She is a patron of the Bloody Sunday Trust (Northern Ireland) and serves on the Editorial Board of Advisors of the Buffalo Human Rights Law Review.She is on the Advisory Committee for the International Campaign for Tibet, the Committee on the Administration of Justice of Northern Ireland, the Global Youth Action Network, Studies without Borders and several other organizations.
In 2017, Kennedy received the Medal for Social Activism from the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates in Bogota, Colombia for "her impactful efforts on communities throughout the world as a result of her life-long devotion to the pursuit of equal justice." Kennedy is the author of Being Catholic Now, Prominent Americans talk about Change in the Church and the Quest for Meaning; Crown Publishing, Sept. The book includes essays from prominent Catholics, including Nancy Pelosi, Cokie Roberts, now-former Cardinal Mc Carrick, Sister Joan Chittister, Tom Monaghan, Bill O'Reilly, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Doug Brinkley and others. Kennedy: Ripples of Hope: Kerry Kennedy in Conversation with Heads of State, Business Leaders, Influencers, and Activists about Her Father's Impact on Their Lives.