The Newseum Partners with Google on “American Democracy” Online Exhibit

Google Arts & Culture: American Democracy

The “American Democracy” collection features highlights from “Every Four Years: Presidential Campaigns and the Press,” a popular Newseum exhibit about how journalists covered some of the most historic presidential campaigns in our history.
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Stories of freedom: Meet the illustrator behind “1776 — Breaking News: Independence”


Meet Tom Kaczynski, the illustrator of “1776 — Breaking News: Independence,” in this special video profile.
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Newseum to Host New Exhibit, ‘REFUGEE,’ Beginning Nov. 18


Groundbreaking photography exhibit by Annenberg Space for Photography illuminates global plight of the displaced.
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New EDCollection Offers Free Educational Resources to Tackle the 2016 Election Cycle

Election 2016: Stumped!?

“Election 2016: Stumped!?” provides free digital resources for students and teachers to make sense of the campaign chaos.
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Newseum Names Mitch Gelman Chief Technology Officer

Mitch Gelman

New position will expand the Newseum’s commitment to using the latest technology to tell vivid stories that promote, explain and defend free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment.
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Video: Lens on the Olympics

Pulitzer Prizes at 100: The Photographers

Photographers Ken Geiger and William Snyder discuss their coverage of past Olympic games, including their dramatic Pulitzer Prize–winning photographs of the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona.
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My Year at the Newseum

Jeffrey Herbst

I recently celebrated my one-year anniversary as president and CEO of the Newseum. It has been an exhilarating year, and I am very proud to be part of the pre-eminent organization that explains, promotes and defends the five freedoms of the First Amendment. Thank you for making our work possible with your generous support.
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Podcast: S.E. Cupp talks politics and “1776”

S.E. Cupp

CNN contributor S.E. Cupp talks about the 2016 presidential campaign and why she is sticking with the Republican party. Cupp is featured in the Newseum’s newest exhibit “1776 – Breaking News: Independence.”
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“Free Speech in the Social Media Era” Program in Palo Alto Sept. 14

Palo Alto Program

Panelists include Geoffrey Brigham, YouTube’s director of trust and safety, Peter Stern, Facebook’s head of policy risk management, and Vivek Wadhwa, distinguished fellow and professor at Carnegie Mellon University Engineering at Silicon Valley.
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History Has Its Eyes on Her?


For the first time in America’s 240-year history, a woman — Democrat Hillary Clinton — is the presidential candidate of a major political party. So why was Hillary missing on many front pages?
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