Joseph McNeil of the "Greensboro Four" and original Freedom Rider Dion Diamond recount their experiences on the front lines of the civil rights movement 50 years ago.
Washington journalist and historian John Muller talks about his new book, "Mark Twain in Washington, D.C.: The Adventures of a Capital Correspondent," which chronicles Twain's time in Washington.
The Newseum marked the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer with a special program featuring an extended preview of the new "American Experience" film "Freedom Summer", produced, written and directed by Stanley Nelson.
In an annual ceremony that began in 1996, the Newseum rededicated its Journalists Memorial, which honors newspeople who died or were killed in the pursuit of news.
Twenty-five years later, former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw recounts his coverage of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989 that ended in a massacre.
Fox News Channel's Bret Baier talks about his role at the cable news network as chief political anchor and anchor of "Special Report With Bret Baier."
Moment magazine, in partnership with the Religious Freedom Center of the Newseum Institute, present a panel discussion to explore the question "Are gay rights and religious freedom a balancing act — or a zero-sum game?"
Internationally renowned chef José Andrés joins Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema to discuss the blossoming Washington food scene.
On the opening weekend of "One Nation With News for All," Afro-American Newspapers publisher John J. Oliver and Washington Informer publisher Denise Rolark Barnes talk about the state of the African American press.
Newseum architect James Stewart Polshek, and journalist and architect Roger Lewis, discuss Polshek's new book, "Build, Memory."
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