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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New Exhibit “1968: Civil Rights at 50” to Open Friday

The exhibit tells the story of events that shaped the civil rights movement 50 years ago this year.
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Newseum to Open Photo Exhibit Exploring the Tet Offensive

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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Newseum Unveils Exhibit on Fake News

Fake News

The exhibit uses eye-opening examples to show how lies and misinformation influenced the 2016 presidential election.
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JFK Photo Exhibit Returns to Newseum

Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe

“Creating Camelot,” featuring intimate and iconic photos of President John F. Kennedy and his family, will open on Sept. 29.
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Newseum Unveils New Journalism Artifacts

The artifacts are central to two prominent and recent incidents involving press freedom in the United States.
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Newseum Exhibit Tells the Story of the Gay Rights Movement

Stonewall Inn

The exhibit will open March 2019, marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Inn raid, which sparked the ongoing struggle for gay rights.
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Newseum’s ‘Today’s Front Pages’ Exhibit Goes Dark

WithoutNews

On Monday, as part of its #WithoutNews campaign, the Newseum also recognized journalists who died covering the news in 2016.
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Newseum Rededicates Its Journalists Memorial

The memorial will be updated with the names of 14 journalists who died in pursuit of the news in 2016.
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2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning Work Now Featured at Newseum

2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning Work Now Featured at Newseum

Visitors can see prize-winning photography by Daniel Berehulak and E. Jason Wambsgans, as well as Jim Morin’s editorial cartoons.
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