The Kennedy Center: A “living memorial” to an arts champion – CBS News
Since its opening in September 1971, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has served as both America’s national cultural center, and a living memorial to a president who saw the arts as central to the life of our country. Rose Kennedy Schlossberg talks about the legacy of the institution that bears her grandfather’s name. “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley reports.
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