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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Remembering the Journalists We Lost

Remembering the Journalists We Lost

As 2015 comes to an end, the Newseum recognizes notable men and women who passed away this year whose contributions to journalism will not be forgotten.
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Julian Bond — A voice of reason, a call for change

Julian Bond. Paul Sancya/Courtesy The Associated Press

In a nation beset for more than 50 years by racism, divided by war, and brimming with confrontation, anger and violence — there was the voice of Julian Bond: soft spoken and serious, reasoned but no less passionate, and always, always, challenging.
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Dori Maynard Remembered

Dori J. Maynard

Friends, family and colleagues of Dori J. Maynard, president of the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, gathered at the Newseum’s Knight Conference Center May 4 for an emotional celebration of her life and legacy.
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Remembering the Journalists We Lost

In Memoriam 2014

As 2014 comes to an end, the Newseum recognizes notable men and women who passed away this year whose contributions to journalism will not be forgotten.
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Inside Media Podcast: Remembering Ben Bradlee

Inside Media: Remembering Ben Bradlee

Washington Post colleagues remember the career of legendary Post executive editor Ben Bradlee and his impact on American journalism.
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Tributes for John Seigenthaler

John Seigenthaler with Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy.

“We celebrate his life — his devotion to social justice, his advocacy of human rights, and his enduring loyalty to friends and family.”
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Remembering John Seigenthaler

The Freedom Forum and Newseum mourn the loss of John L. Seigenthaler, veteran newspaper editor and publisher, author, and founder of the Newseum Institute’s First Amendment Center.
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Remembering Howard Baker

The Newseum mourns the loss of Sen. Howard H. Baker Jr., a longtime trustee, secretary and counselor for the museum and its parent company.
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