In photos: JFK's legacy with Latinos and Latin America 60 years later
The election of John F. Kennedy generated excitement in Latin America and among U.S. Latinos partly because he was the first Catholic president. Over the next two years, Kennedy built coalitions and worked to mend sour relationships with several Latin American countries.
Through the lens: Ahead of the 60th anniversary of his assassination, Axios Latino examined Kennedy's legacy with U.S. Latinos and in Latin America. Here's a glimpse.
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