Journalists Jailed in Egypt

Al-Jazeera

Al-Jazeera will appeal Egypt’s sentence of three years in jail for three of the news organization’s journalists.
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“Nationals at 10: Baseball Makes News”

Nationals at 10: Baseball Makes News

Mark Lerner, Mike Rizzo, Thomas Boswell and Charlie Slowes spoke about the Nats’ history and future at a special members-only Newseum event.

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Vietnam Music Monday: “Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud”

Say It Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit.
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John M. Seigenthaler to Receive 2015 Al Neuharth Award for Excellence in Media

John M. Seigenthaler

The veteran broadcast journalist follows in the footsteps of his father, the late John Seigenthaler, a journalist and civil rights champion who won the award in 1999.
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Case Studies: How Much is Too Much?

Case Study

The murder Aug. 26 of a WDBJ journalist and cameraman raises important ethical questions on how the story has and continues to be covered. To help your students explore the ethical questions about content use and sources during tragedy, NewseumED offers two related classroom-ready case studies.
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Two Journalists Shot Dead in Virginia

Virginia Reporters

Two journalists were shot to death during a live TV broadcast on Aug. 26 outside Roanoke, Va.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “The Unknown Soldier”

The Unknown Soldier

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit.
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Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Later

Douglas Brinkley, Marc Morial and Shepard Smith

In a public program at the Newseum, historian Douglas Brinkley, former New Orleans mayor Marc Morial and Fox News anchor Shepard Smith shared their unique perspectives and experiences during and after the devastating hurricane.
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10 Years After Katrina: Mississippi Strong

Sun Herald Front Page

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Stan Tiner, executive editor of the Biloxi Sun Herald, describes a state with grit, hope and an eye on the next big storm.
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Julian Bond — A voice of reason, a call for change

Julian Bond. Paul Sancya/Courtesy The Associated Press

In a nation beset for more than 50 years by racism, divided by war, and brimming with confrontation, anger and violence — there was the voice of Julian Bond: soft spoken and serious, reasoned but no less passionate, and always, always, challenging.
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