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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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Ben Bradlee
Remembering Ben Bradlee

Benjamin Bradlee, the Boston-bred, Harvard-educated reporter who spent 26 years managing The Washington Post, making the newspaper a household name, died Oct. 21, 2014. He was 93.
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Michel duCille
News in the Time of Ebola

Three-time Pulitzer Prize winner and Washington Post photojournalist Michel duCille spent September in Monrovia, Liberia, chronicling the effects of the Ebola virus on the country and its people.
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Deaf Film Camp
Deaf Film Camp Performance a Huge Hit at Newseum

Campers and staff recreated their viral hit video, an ASL version of “Happy,” for an enthusiastic crowd of Newseum visitors.
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Upcoming Events

Oct
25
Sat
Inside Media: The Life and Times of... @ Knight TV Studio
On the 30th anniversary of the debut of “The Cosby Show,” Mark Whitaker talks about his new book, “Cosby: His Life and Times,” the first major biography of comedian Bill
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Oct
26
Sun
NewseumDocs: “Kunta Kinteh Island... @ Documentary Theater
Join filmmaker Elvin Ross for a screening of his acclaimed documentary film, “Kunta Kinteh Island: Coming Home Without Shackles,” which chronicles the journey of the most celebrated captive African, Kunta
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Inside Media: Remembering Ben Bradl... @ Knight TV Studio
The Newseum looks back at the career and impact on American journalism of legendary Washington Post executive editor Ben Bradlee. From Watergate to the Pentagon Papers, Bradlee oversaw the newspaper’s
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