Newseum Hosts Release of NIC’s “Global Trends” Report

Global Trends: Paradox of Progress

The report analyzes global developments, risks and opportunities that will shape the next five and 20 years.
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100 Years Ago, A Different March for Women’s Rights

Silent Sentinels

One hundred years ago today, a group of women known as the “Silent Sentinels” picketed the White House — for the first time in history — to demand votes for women.
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Newseum Names Sergio Furman Senior Vice President, Chief Development Officer

Sergio Furman

Sergio Furman joins the Newseum from the Wildlife Conservation Society.
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‘Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics’ Opens Jan. 13

“Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics”

New exhibit showcasing the intersection of music and politics will be on display through July 31.
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Bill of Rights Day brings 1791 to 2016

Bill of Rights Day

Historical interpreters bring history and the freedoms of the First Amendment to life.
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#KaheemSavesDC: A Superhero Success!

Make-A-Wish® Mid-Atlantic teamed up with the Newseum to help a youngster save D.C.’s favorite mascots.
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Notable Front Pages in 2016

In an eventful year of outstanding front pages, these 10 stood out for power, influence and the embodiment of a free press.
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Newseum Announces Recipients of the 2017 Free Expression Awards

2017 Free Expression Awards

The honorees will be recognized at a celebration April 18 at the Newseum.
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Newseum Celebrates Bill of Rights Day

Bill of Rights Day

The Newseum will host a full day of family programs in celebration of the 225th anniversary of the Bill of Rights.
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Remembering Journalists We Lost

In Memoriam 2016

As 2016 comes to an end, the Newseum recognizes notable men and women who passed away this year whose dedication to journalism and a free press will not be forgotten.
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