Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights
You’ve seen USA Today bestselling author Emily Liebert in such outlets as Today Show, Rachel Ray Show, Instyle, New York Times, Good Housekeeping and more. She also works as the Books Correspondent for Moffly Media. Along with her illustrious writing career, Liebert has dedicated her time and efforts to Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights since meeting and befriending president Kerry Kennedy 20 years ago.
Equality & Social Justice
Founded in 1968 by Ethel Kennedy, RFK Human Rights is dedicated to Robert F. Kennedy’s ideals of equality and social justice. These principles are more important now than ever, so Liebert made the bold decision to donate a portion of sales from her new novel, Perfectly Famous, to benefit the organization. According to the initiative’s leader Kerry Kennedy, RFK Human Rights is working during this watershed national moment to support local, Black-led organizations leading the charge against police violence and building power in their own communities.
RFK Human Rights is special to Liebert because its president Kerry Kennedy has pursued equal justice, the promotion and protection of basic rights, and the preservation of the rule of law for over 40 years.