Charlie Hebdo

New Documentary Shows Charlie Hebdo Staff ‘Knew the Risks’

“Inside Charlie Hebdo” screening

The new documentary “Inside Charlie Hebdo” depicts a fateful 2006 editorial meeting of the French satirical newspaper where staffers joke about the consequences of their decision to reprint Danish cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.
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Charlie Hebdo at the Newseum

Charlie Hebdo

Two Newseum programs marked the one-year anniversary of the deadly terrorist attack which left 12 people dead, including five magazine cartoonists.
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Charlie Hebdo on Today’s Front Pages

Today’s Front Pages

News editors around the world received an early peek Monday of the latest issue of Charlie Hebdo, two days before the satirical newspaper officially hits newsstands Jan. 14.
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Silent March in Memory of the Victims of the Attacks in France

silent march

The French Embassy organized a silent march in memory of the victims of the attacks in France that began at the Newseum Sunday at 2 p.m.
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Vigil Held at Newseum for Slain Journalists

Vigil at Newseum

More than 300 people gathered in front of the Newseum Jan. 7 to express solidarity for free speech and the 12 people murdered earlier that day in the Paris newsroom of Charlie Hebdo.
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Case Study: Controversial Cartoons

Case Study

In light of the recent events in Paris, we are sharing a case study from one of our journalism ethics museum classes. Case studies are used in our classes to
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Journalists Killed in Attack on French Weekly

Stephane Charbonnier

“Darkest day of the history of the French press” is a horrific example of the battle between tyranny and freedom of expression.
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