The JFK50 Anniversary celebration was spearheaded by Edwin Schlossberg who conceived the elements of the national celebration and solicited the support of individuals and corporations to help underwrite the development of the campaign.

Creative Team for

ESI Design/Artgig Studio/Ager Meillier Films Inc.

Yuri Sunahara, Matthew Kicinski, Frank Migliorelli, Steve Grosmark, Dan Marwit, Alex Meillier & Tanya Ager Meillier, Angela Greene, Lina Giraldo, Lis Cherry, Maja Gilberg, Lauri Gailbreath, Hana Newman, Jim Bail, Laurie Filiak

Music Composed & Produced by Askold Buk

Historical Consultant: Sheldon Stern, PhD

Special Thanks to

Sumner M.Redstone, Viacom
Tom Dooley, Viacom
Carl Folta, Viacom
David Rubenstein, The Carlyle Group
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
John F. Kennedy Library Foundation
Jeannie Kedas, MTV Network
Jason Rzepka, MTV Network
Gregg Hano, PopSci
Mark Jannot, PopSci
The New York Times
CBS News – Marty Franks
Thomson Reuters – Devin Wenig
ITN Source
David Granger, Esquire, Hearst Corporation
Domani Studios of New York
National Archives and Records Administration
Special Olympics
Harvard University
Institute of Politics, Kennedy School of Government

Among the major supporters of JFK50 are AT&T, Bank of America, Bingham McCutchen LLP, The Honorable James Blanchard, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Boeing, Jane and Jimmy Buffett, Camrose & Kross, LLC, CBS, Margot Connell, Comcast, Richard and Nancy Donahue, Peggy and Mickey Drexler, Kenneth Duberstein, The Durst Foundation, EMC, Endeca, ESI Design, Feinberg Rozen LLP, Google, Anne Gund, Grace Guggenheim, Ted Hoff and Kathleen O'Connell, IBM, Iron Mountain, Scott and Kathleen Kapnick, Caroline Kennedy and Edwin Schlossberg, John F. Kennedy Irish Abroad Legacy Gift from the Government of Ireland, Henry R. Kravis, Isabel and Peter Malkin, Jack Manning/Boston Capitol, The Martin Agency, NBC Universal, Ogilvy & Mather, Clive Palmer, Michael and Elizabeth Perik, Lisa and Richard Perry, Richard and Sally Phelps, Norma and Russell Ramsey, Raytheon, Shari Redstone, Sumner M. Redstone, Kimba Wood and Frank E. Richardson, David Rubenstein, Stephen Schwarzman, Staples/Staples Foundation for Learning, Laurie M. Tisch Illuminations Fund, YouTube, Velir Studios, Viacom, and Mortimer Zuckerman.

Additional Thanks to

Bettmann/Corbis Archive, Birmingham News, City Year, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum, Dag Hammarskjöld, Elaine Clark/ING, FedFlix, Habitats for Humanity, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, LBNL Image Library, Library of Congress, Library of Virginia, Nationaal Archief, NY World Telegram & Sun Collection, Peace Corps, Prelinger Archives, Teach for America, Ted Polumbaum/Newseum collection, Truman Library, United States Department of Defense, West Virginia Archives, Yorkville Common Pantry

Retroactive I by Robert Rauschenberg © Estate of Robert Rauschenberg/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY

Martin Luther King Jr., arrested, 1958. Photo by Charles Moore/Licensed by Black Star

Jazz at Lincoln Center photos by Frank Stewart

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