88-year-old Eunice Kennedy Shriver, sister of both President John F. Kennedy and former Senator Robert F. Kennedy, died early this morning. She was a member of one of America's most prominent political families, but she was also the founder of the Special Olympics. Her lasting legacy will be her impact on the way we think about people with mental disabilities. We speak to Brady Lum, president of the Special Olympics.
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