Free Speech and Social Media

Facebook and Twitter freedom chokes campus free speech

Newseum CEO Jeffrey Herbst writes an op-ed for USA Today on how growing up with social media has affected millennials and their understanding of the First Amendment.
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American Alliance of Museums comes to Washington

American Alliance of Museums

The Newseum will lead sessions and host events as top museum leaders gather in the nation’s capital for AAM’s annual meeting and MuseumExpo.
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Celebrate the “Year of the Monkey” at The Source

Chinese New Year

Diners can ring in the Chinese New Year at events featuring special menus throughout February.
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Charlie Hebdo at the Newseum

Charlie Hebdo

Two Newseum programs marked the one-year anniversary of the deadly terrorist attack which left 12 people dead, including five magazine cartoonists.
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Member Spotlight: Carly Schildhaus

Carly Schildhaus

Get to know our Press Pass members and what the Newseum means to them.
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Member Spotlight: Amy Thomas and Marco Martinez

Amy Thomas and Marco Martinez

Get to know our Press Pass members and what the Newseum means to them.
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FBI Director speaks on privacy, national security at Newseum

James B. Comey sat down with Newseum CEO Jeffrey Herbst for a lively discussion on the challenges of balancing national security with First Amendment rights.
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Give the Gift of the Newseum

Give the gift of the Newseum

Newseum memberships and VIP tour experiences make great unique gifts for the museum lover or news junkie in your life.
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The press and the anti-war movement

Lincoln Memorial Rally

In October 1967, a protest in Washington, D.C., against the Vietnam War shifted from peaceful to unruly – and the media took notice.
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The Future is Now

USA Today Back to the Future

On “Back to the Future” Day, we look back at some of the more newsworthy headlines that appeared in the movie version of USA Today on Oct. 22, 2015.
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