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Lessons from Missouri: Diversity, Inclusion and the First Amendment

When: March 17, 2016 @ 6:00 pm
Where: National Press Club, National Press Building, 529 14th St NW, Washington, DC 20045, USA

Newseum CEO Jeffrey Herbst joins a panel with Missouri School of Journalism’s new dean to discuss the lessons on diversity, inclusiveness and the clash of First Amendment freedoms learned during
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Black History Month resources for educators

NewseumED offers lesson plans and an interactive collection on the First Amendment and the civil rights movement, available online for free.
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Guest Blog: Using Newspapers in the Classroom

Andy Cunningham, a middle school teacher in State College, Pa., shares his lesson plan on using newspapers to learn about the world and community.
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The Baltimore riots: Newseum resources

As events in Baltimore continue to unfold, use Newseum resources to make connections in your classroom. Below is a list of relevant resources and lesson plans that relate to the events in Baltimore. Resources are divided into three categories: media literacy, historical connections and civics and citizenship.
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Resources: The Lincoln Assassination

To support the Newseum’s exhibit on The New York Herald’s coverage of President Lincoln’s assassination, the Education Department has created a companion activity you can use during your visit. The lesson plan focuses on the coverage of the assassination and the idea that newspapers are the first draft of history.
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Remembering 9/11

This year marks the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
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Celebrating Black History Month

“Make Some Noise: Students and the Civil Rights Movement” chronicles student leaders in the early 1960s who fought segregation by making their voices heard and exercising their First Amendment rights.
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NewseumED Launches Its Latest EDCollection

‘Free Speech Essentials’ explores past and contemporary challenges surrounding free speech and the First Amendment.
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NewseumED Fights Misinformation This Media Literacy Week

NewseumED will be running daily activities throughout its social media channels — each with a video related to a letter in NewseumED’s acronym E.S.C.A.P.E. to evaluate information.
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Newsroom to Newsfeed: NewseumED Unveils New Media Literacy Resources

Newseum Education has raided the reporter’s toolbox to create a collection of strategies that help students avoid hoaxes and misinformation.
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