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Newseum 13h
September is for seniors! For the month of September, the Newseum will offer an exclusive group rate to senior citizens. Don’t miss this low-cost opportunity to visit D.C.’s most newsworthy museum!
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Aimee Cho 15h
Since it’s the 50th anniversary of Woodstock this weekend, this seems like an appropriate time to post my very first attempt at a “live shot” at age 13 (yes I’m just shocked as you that I somehow manage to do this for a living now😂)
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Newseum 17h
Did you know that the Newseum displays more than 2,000 newspapers from around the world? Check out the front pages each day on our website at:
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Newseum 17h
It’s time to and cast your vote! Vote for the Newseum as Best Museum for ’s 2019 Best of Gay DC Awards! VOTE NOW!!!
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The Newseum is participating in ’s Museum Day! on September 21. Download your ticket to the Newseum online & get free admission for two. This year, there are a limited amount of tickets & you must have a ticket to enter. Get yours today!
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Newseum Aug 16
. offers free resources to cultivate the First Amendment and media literacy skills essential to civic life. Learn how to authenticate, analyze and evaluate information through lesson plans, videos and programs. Sign up today!
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Newseum Aug 16
First there was radio, then television and the Internet. During your next Newseum visit, plan to stop by the Bloomberg Internet, TV and Radio Gallery, which highlights the evolution of electronic media.
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Newseum Aug 16
The traveling exhibit, “Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics,” explores the crucial influence of rock and roll in politics and social movements around the world. Check it out and see if our traveling exhibit is near you.
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Newseum Aug 16
The Newseum will continue to showcase student newspapers in the Front Pages display on Pennsylvania Ave. throughout the year. To have your newspaper regularly featured in the Newseum’s Today’s Front Pages exhibit and app, email frontpages@newseum.org
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Newseum Aug 16
In 1971, Journalist Gloria Steinem galvanized the feminist movement of the 1960s and ’70s with her vocal advocacy for women’s equality. A co-founder of feminist Ms. magazine, she ardently campaigned for employment, reproductive and property rights for women.
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Newseum Aug 16
The traveling exhibit, “Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe,” showcases intimate & iconic images of President Kennedy & his family taken by Kennedy’s personal photographer. Check it out and see if our traveling exhibit is near you.
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Newseum Aug 16
In 1967, El Malcriado, the bilingual United Farm Workers publication, reported negotiating victories by UFW co-founders Dolores Huerta & Cesar Chavez. Huerta arranged a workers’ rights agreement w/ a California vineyard, while Chavez signed a peace pact w/ the Teamsters Union.
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Newseum Aug 16
This 1858 “extra” edition reports the first transatlantic telegraph message: Congratulations from Britain’s Queen Victoria to U.S. President Buchanan on their shared technological feat. Celebrations erupted at the news, but proved premature; the cable failed two months later.
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Newseum Aug 16
In 1977, Elvis Presley, the “king of rock ’n’ roll,” died of a heart attack on Aug. 16 at his Memphis mansion. Swamped with requests for their Aug. 17 issues, the Memphis Press-Scimitar and The Commercial Appeal jointly published a special “Elvis Presley Edition” a week later.
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Newseum Aug 16
It’s time to and cast your vote! Vote for the Newseum as Best Museum for ’s 2019 Best of Gay DC Awards! VOTE NOW!!!
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Newseum Aug 16
Explore headline-making FBI cases and learn how the bureau is fighting terrorism and cybercrime in one of the Newseum’s most popular exhibits, “Inside Today’s FBI," at the Newseum today.
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Newseum Aug 16
The Newseum is partnering with for the fifth edition of October 10-13 in Washington D.C. to support investigative reporting on film. Learn more:
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Newseum Aug 16
Who said the news can’t be funny? Check out our new exhibit . See the funnier side of the news from and other satirical news shows. Get ready to laugh!
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Newseum Aug 16
Ready for take-off! The Newseum's new exhibit, “Front-Page News: Man Walks on the Moon,” is at and to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the historic moon landing. Contributing support was provided by .
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Freedom Forum Institute Aug 15
Online censorship protections, social media controversies and more! Check out this week's First Five Newsletter.
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