School walkouts in the wake of ‘Parkland’ — protected by the First Amendment or not?

Parkland student protests

As the youth movement around gun control gains steam, some schools have threatened students with suspension and other consequences if they protest on school grounds.
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Newseum Launches Initiative to Combat Sexual Misconduct in Media

Power Shift Project

Key findings identify workplace sexual misconduct as a real and urgent problem masked by silence and enabled by power imbalance.
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Newseum Opens “The Marines and Tet” Exhibit

The Marines and Tet

The exhibit includes tactile images and audio interviews with Marines who fought in the bloodiest battle of the Vietnam War.
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2018 Free Expression Awards Recipients Announced

1968 Olympics protesters, reporters who uncovered workplace harassment to receive Newseum’s Free Expression Awards.
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Newseum Is Open During Government Shutdown

Newseum is open during government shutdown

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Let’s focus on real journalism — not so-called “fake news”

Trump at news conference

President Trump’s “Fake News Awards,” the latest stunt in his anti-press campaign, contribute to a lessening American commitment to a free press.
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“Pictures of the Year” Photo Exhibit Opens April 6 at the Newseum

Pictures of the Year: 75 Years of the World’s Best Photography

This exhibit features seven decades of extraordinary news photographs.
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The Newseum Institute Announces Leadership Appointments

Gene Policinski and Kristen Looney

Gene Policinski is named president of the Newseum Institute and Kristen Looney is named director of the Institute’s Religious Freedom Center.
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Classroom-Ready Resources: Martin Luther King Jr. Day

If you are looking for new classroom resources for Martin Luther King Day, check out these online lessons from the Newseum.
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DC Superheroes and Comic Book Fans Descend on Newseum This Weekend

Cress Williams in Black Lightning

Newseum will host “DC in D.C.” Jan. 12-14, with comic book writers and DC TV stars speaking in lively panel discussions and a pop-up shop in front of the museum celebrating all things superheroes.
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