With literally hundreds of JFK-related sites on the Internet, I offer here just a couple that are extraordinary (and have their own extensive LINKS pages already!). Please add
these sites to your bookmarks, and visit them often. The other links below cover Internet utilities I use and personal issues that I
am involved with - and I hope you find them pertinent, too.
Debra Conway has set the standard for ethical behavior and respectable research conferences. Her Web site is constantly updated with new research and documents. JFK Lancer also offers many important documents and research materials online for sale. Bookmark
the JFK Lancer site and visit it
Hundreds of historic photographs, original interviews, artifacts, interpretive displays, and award-winning films take
the Museum's visitors back to the 1960s and
through one of the most vividly remembered events of this century in American
When recording artist Perla Batalla handed her most personal,
introspective collection of songs to Warner Bros. as her next album a few
years ago, her handlers listened to it, and reacted: "But this is a bunch
of Mexican-American songs..." They wanted her to cover songs like
"Torn" - subsequently Natalia Imbruglia's career-making hit single.
Syrupy, generic pop songs weren't for Batalla: "There is no way - at this point in
my life - I can sing about lying naked on the floor and being depressed about
some guy ... " With that attitude - and immense talent - she started her own recording
label and began the "Mestiza" project. And several more albums since. Please visit her
Web site and learn more about this gifted
Princess Diana's charities - and their Web sites.
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