Civil Rights Superhero: An Evening with John Lewis
“March: Book Two” featured in Newseum Civil Rights Exhibit

Rep. John Lewis’s graphic novel-style memoir recounts his experiences in the civil rights movement, including the historic march from Selma to Montgomery, Ala., in 1965.
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Charlie Hebdo
Collecting, Preserving Memorable Newspapers

Newseum print news archivist Kathryn Wilmot explains how and why the Newseum acquired copies of Charlie Hebdo and offers tips to new collectors on how to preserve the memento for years to come.
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Damon Winter
Newseum Podcast presents Pulitzer Photos series

Hosts Frank and Sonya take listeners behind the scenes of some of the most iconic photographs in recent history to explore the stories behind the images.
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Upcoming Events

“Making a Change” Workshop-Jan. 31 @ Learning Center
The application period for this workshop has closed. Thanks to a generous grant from Wells Fargo, the Newseum is excited to offer a FREE open-enrollment professional development opportunity for D.C.
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Privacy vs. Security: A Conversation @ Knight TV Studio
Watch Live Join us at the Newseum’s Knight Studio as representatives from the International Spy Museum and the Newseum Institute discuss issues of government transparency and national security, moderated by
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The News We Could Lose: New Threats to Journalism and Press Freedom @ Walter and Leonore Annenberg Theater
Watch Live In conflict and crisis, journalists put themselves in peril to bring news to the world. With journalists being killed and imprisoned in record numbers, the Newseum presents a
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