Eyewitness to History: Reporting Vietnam

Eyewitness to History: Reporting Vietnam

Three veteran journalists shared their memories of covering the Vietnam War with Newseum Press Pass and Friends of the First Amendment Society members.
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“Nationals at 10” Opens July 31 at the Newseum

Nats at 10

The exclusive exhibit features artifacts from some of the most unforgettable moments from the last decade of Nationals baseball.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “A Change Is Gonna Come”

A Change Is Gonna Come

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our upcoming “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit. Today: a song performed only once that became an anthem for the civil rights movement.
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SiriusXM POTUS Channel Remembers Vietnam for Memorial Day

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The weekend of special programming features Newseum programs about the Vietnam War presented in conjunction with the new exhibit “Reporting Vietnam.”
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Reporting Vietnam: David Hume Kennerly

David Hume Kennerly

Photographer David Hume Kennerly won the 1972 Pulitzer Prize for his dramatic images capturing the quieter moments of war.
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250 Students, a Judge and a Newseum Outing

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Patapsco Middle School students converge on the Newseum and get a unique opportunity to chat with a federal judge about the First Amendment. Their teacher reports on the field trip.
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9/11 Teacher Workshop in NYC

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Interested in bringing 9/11 into your classroom? Get strategies at a teacher development workshop in New York City.
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Join Our #sschat on June 15

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Join us and other museums online using #sschat on Twitter on June 15 at 7-8 p.m. ET to discuss how you can use museum resources in your classroom.
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Vietnam Music Monday: “Masters of War”

Masters of War

Each Monday, we feature a song from the Vietnam era that’s part of our upcoming “Reporting Vietnam” exhibit. Today: a scathing critique of the U.S. military and the arms industry that supported it.
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Plessy, Brown v. Board anniversaries

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This week marks the anniversaries of two landmark Supreme Court cases dealing with segregation: Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education.
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