Women Reporters Who Covered Vietnam

Eyewitness to History: Women Reporters Who Covered Vietnam

Four female war correspondents discussed their experiences reporting on the Vietnam War in a recent “Eyewitness to History” program at the Newseum.
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Energy, Ideas Abundant at Teacher Institutes

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Creativity and collaborative learning prevailed at our two summer institutes, sponsored by Annenberg Learner, as teachers explored blending learning and media literacy.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “Saigon Bride”

Saigon Bride

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit. Today: Joan Baez’s story of a soldier leaving his bride behind as he goes to war.
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New exhibit to feature Buffett photography

40 Chances

“40 Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World — The Photography of Howard G. Buffett” is part of a global awareness campaign documenting the world hunger crisis.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “For What It’s Worth”

For What It’s Worth

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit. Today: a song Stephen Stills wrote after witnessing street protests.
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Rolling Stone at the Newseum

Rolling Stone magazine

Founded in 1967, Rolling Stone magazine was first known for its music coverage and political reporting. Since then, the publication has undergone many changes, shifting focus to a younger readership and on current news events.
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Reporting Vietnam: Beverly Deepe

Beverly Deepe

Beverly Deepe was the first woman to be a full-time correspondent in Vietnam.
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Newseum Announces $5 Million Gift from Hubbard Broadcasting

Stanley S. Hubbard

The gift will support the museum’s mission and educational initiatives.
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“Nationals at 10” Opening Weekend

Nats at 10

Celebrate the opening of “Nationals at 10: Baseball Makes News” with $10 admission and fun activities for the whole family.
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Guest Blog: Using Newspapers in the Classroom

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Andy Cunningham, a middle school teacher in State College, Pa., shares his lesson plan on using newspapers to learn about the world and community.
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