Newseum initiative launches the first in a series of live interactive training sessions with a program focusing on the youngest and often most vulnerable in media.
First-of-its-kind exhibit looks back at the 1968 Battle of Huê´, the bloodiest single battle of the Vietnam War and a turning point that changed the course of the war.
Enhance your experience with a 90-minute private tour through the Newseum's galleries and studios, exclusively for you, your family or group.
From the assassinations of civil rights leaders to a protest for human rights at the Olympics, explore the events that marked 1968 as a year of anguish for the civil rights movement.
Photo credit: Jack Thornell/Courtesy The Associated Press
The report card issued quarterly by the First Amendment Center of the Newseum Institute reflects, in many ways, the cumulative turbulence of the first year of the presidency of Donald J. Trump.
Key findings identify workplace sexual misconduct as a real and urgent problem masked by silence and enabled by power imbalance. Read More
The exhibit includes tactile images and audio interviews with Marines who fought in the bloodiest battle of the Vietnam War. Read More
1968 Olympics protesters, reporters who uncovered workplace harassment to receive Newseum’s Free Expression Awards. Read More