On Monday, we celebrate what would have been John F. Kennedy’s 100th birthday and his legacy of giving back to the community.

One of President Kennedy’s most enduring legacies is the revolution he and many others started to create inclusive communities and schools for children with intellectual disabilities.

Chairman of the Special Olympics, Tim Shriver, joined NESN’s Tom Caron on “Red Sox First Pitch,” to talk about how the Boston Red Sox and the JFK Library and Museum continue to honor Kennedy’s legacy.

Check out the full interview with Shriver in the video above.