The Newseum and Stars and Stripes present the world premiere screening of the new documentary film, “The World’s Most Dangerous Paper Route.”
The film heralds the history, heritage, and achievements of Stars and Stripes, the “hometown news” source for the American military since its inception during the Civil War in 1861. This film also illustrates the challenges and rewards that the newspaper staff face every day in producing a newspaper for our troops.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) will provide opening comments on the valuable role Stars and Stripes continues to play for the military.
Following the film, CBS’s 60 Minutes Correspondent Steve Kroft and retired general and statesman David Petraeus will discuss the critical role that Stars and Stripes fills as the primary news source for our military. Kroft is a former Vietnam-era Stars and Stripes reporter and Petraeus is a former Commander of U.S. Central Command and Director of the Central Intelligence Agency.
The panel will be moderated by Tom Philpott, one of America’s most well-known freelance reporters on military issues.
A VIP reception will be hosted before the program for Friends of the First Amendment Society and Corporate Engagement Program members. To learn how you can attend this VIP function, please contact Cecelia Cizek at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202/292-6557.
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