Seattle Reading Video

Excellent video of a Project Unspeakable reading in Seattle, Washington on the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s death. It was part of Seattle’s “Meaningful Movies” series, held weekly at the Keystone UCC. Portions of the play were read by Friends of Meaningful Movies, a collection of 15 readers from Seattle’s social justice community. The […]

“JFK’s Vision of Peace” by RFK, Jr.

Rolling Stone magazine has published a thoughtful article by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. on his uncle’s progress toward peace.  “On November 22nd, 1963, my uncle, president John F. Kennedy, went to Dallas intending to condemn as “nonsense” the right-wing notion that “peace is a sign of weakness.” He meant to argue that the best way […]

Robert Kennedy’s 88th Brithday

Today would have been Robert Kennedy’s 88th birthday. Paul Schrade, who also shot at the Ambassador Hotel during the assassination of Senator Kennedy, makes a plea for the truth on Huffington Post. “I survived and, after several years of recovery, I was asked to take part in legal efforts to discover all the facts about […]

November 22 Readings are Growing

Project Unspeakable readings are taking place on or around November 22 in a number of other locations across the country, including Columbus, GA; Jamaica Plain, MA; Portland, OR; Seattle, WA; Redwood, CA; Blacksburg, VA;  Birmingham, AL; Champagne, IL; Gallup, NM; Leverett, Northampton, and Cambridge, MA; and in New York City.

SOA Reading This Weekend

“…look deep into the Unspeakable darkness of fifty years ago, a darkness that still grips our land, and in a spirit of truth and compassion, find the wisdom and strength to renew our journey to peace and truth.” — Fr. John Dear writes about Project Unspeakable and why he and others are doing a reading […]

Front Page News

From Greenfield, Mass. to Columbus, Georgia,  home of the “School of the Americas,” Project Unspeakable readings are underway. Greenfield RECORDER – Tuesday, November 19, 2013 Page 1  Local theater piece questions assassinations By RICHIE DAVIS Recorder Staff A half-century after the assassination, a majority of Americans still say they believe the murder of President John F. […]

CIA & NY Times Still Lying to Us

In a Salon essay, David Talbot writes, “The assassination of President Kennedy and its subsequent coverup was a triumph for the rapidly growing U.S. national security state. Fifty years later, that surveillance colossus increasingly treats the American people as if we’re enemies of the state. We can begin to take control of our future by […]

Discussion with the Playwright

Please join us for autumnal snacks, good fellowship, and discussion with Project playwright Court Dorsey and Project organizer Randy Kehler.  The evening will begin with a presentation and include a reading of excerpts from the  Project Unspeakable” play. Tuesday, November 12th, 2013, 7:00-8:30 pm, Common House, Rocky Hill Cohousing, 100 Black Birch Trail, Florence, MA. […]

Northampton MA Reading 11/22

We are planning a living room style reading of Project Unthinkable on Friday, November 22, at 7 pm at the Friends Meeting House, at 43 Center St. Northampton, MA. Please contact Andrew Larkin for more info. 413-695-2371 [email protected]

“Secrecy is repugnant in a free and open society”

“The President and the Press,” a speech given by John F. Kennedy to a newspaper association in 1961, goes right to the heart of why Project Unspeakable is so pertinent today. If he were alive today, would he be speaking about the NSA? Would he use the word “transparency”? What speech might he write about […]