As a native Texan and resident in the DFW metroplex, I have been in and around the JFK assassination site and yet the knowledge and awareness is always fresh on my mind. A few weeks back, I attended a conference at the Fairmount Hotel and met numerous guests from out of state who were fascinated by the actual site and museum. We chatted and one individual pointed out the two "Xs" where Oswald's shots struck the President. I had never noticed it.
Working with baby-boomers like myself who was only fourteen years old, we chose to commemorate the Presidency of JFK with a "Citizens Report" campaign. http://jfk50yearslater.com was prepared to reach-out and capture the life stories of those alive during his inaugural challenge, "Ask not what your country can do for you. Ask what you can do for your country."