Kennedy Family Hosts Annual Golf Tournament to Support Human Rights

Alonzo Mourning, Ted Kennedy, Jr., Kerry Kennedy, Keegan Michael Key, Donté Stallworth, and Max Starks IV participate in the 30th Annual Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Golf Tournament in Hyannis Port, MA (Credit Blackmore Photo; Courtesy of RFK Human Rights)

HYANNIS PORT – Ethel Kennedy hosted the 30th Annual Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Golf Tournament last Friday at the Hyannisport Club to support the organization’s ongoing humanitarian work around the world.

Kennedy, the wife of the late Senator Robert F. Kennedy, was joined by more than 100 guests, including former Red Sox players Jim Lonborg, Sam Horn and Bob Montgomery.

Actor and comedian Keegan Michael Key, former NFL offensive tackle Max Starks IV, former NFL receiver Donté Stallworth, former NBA center Alonzo Mourning, and director and producer Bobby Farrelly also took part in the annual golf event.

“The golf tournament supports our efforts to realize my father’s dream of a more just and peaceful world,” said Kerry Kennedy, President of Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights.

“I’m so grateful to all of our sponsors and participants. Their generosity makes our work possible—initiatives focused on achieving the full human equality of all people that RFK envisioned.”

The event raises money for RFK Human Rights, a non-profit human rights organization campaigning human rights in 28 countries, including the United States. It was formed in RFK’s honor following his 1968 assassination.

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