C-SPAN Schedule

< Friday, November 27 >

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12:00 AM EST Approx. 7 hr. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. 12:00 AM EST Approx. 6 hr. 5 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. 12:00 AM EST Approx. 7 hr. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
7:00 AM EST Approx. 3 hr. 1 min. LIVE Washington Journal 11/27/2020 6:05 AM EST Approx. 55 min. Eddie Cole, "The Campus Color Line" UCLA professor Eddie Cole examined the impact that college presidents had on the civil rights ... UCLA professor Eddie Cole examined the impact that college presidents had on the civil rights movement. This was a virtual event hosted by BookPeople Bookstore in Austin, Texas. 7:00 AM EST Approx. 28 min. American Artifacts History of Women in Congress Part 1 House of Representatives historian Matthew Wasniewski and Curator Farar Elliott presented ... House of Representatives historian Matthew Wasniewski and Curator Farar Elliott presented artifacts and photographs related to and talked about the history of women in the U.S. House of Representatives, beginning with the election of Jeannette Rankin in 1917 and ending with the story of Margaret Chase Smith.
10:01 AM EST Approx. 2 hr. 58 min. Washington Journal Washington Journal CNBC's Lauren Thomas discusses the holiday shopping season. Behnam Ben Taleblu of the Foundation ... CNBC's Lauren Thomas discusses the holiday shopping season. Behnam Ben Taleblu of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracy discussed Iran. 7:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Roger Martin, "When More Is Not Better" Author Roger Martin explained why he believes Americans' pursuit of economic efficiency has ... Author Roger Martin explained why he believes Americans' pursuit of economic efficiency has reduced the size of the middle class. This virtual event provided by the Aspen Institute. 7:28 AM EST Approx. 32 min. American Artifacts History of Women in Congress Part 2 House of Representatives historian Matthew Wasniewski and Curator Farar Elliott presented ... House of Representatives historian Matthew Wasniewski and Curator Farar Elliott presented artifacts and photographs related to and talked about the history of women in the U.S. House of Representatives, from Clare Boothe Luce to Shirley Chisholm, and Lindy Boggs.
12:59 PM EST Approx. 6 min. LIVE U.S. House of Representatives U.S. House of Representatives The U.S. House holds a brief pro forma session. No roll call votes will take place. The U.S. House holds a brief pro forma session. No roll call votes will take place. 8:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. Shennette Garrett-Scott, "Banking on Freedom" History professor Shennette Garrett-Scott looked at the period of black financial innovation ... History professor Shennette Garrett-Scott looked at the period of black financial innovation between 1888 and 1930 and its impact on U.S. capitalism through the story of the St. Luke Bank in Richmond, Virginia: the first and only bank run by black women. This virtual event provided by the Museum of American Finance. 8:00 AM EST Approx. 35 min. Origins of U.S. Policies Toward Native Americans Kevin Butterfield looked at the origins of U.S. policies toward Native Americans, focusing on the ... Kevin Butterfield looked at the origins of U.S. policies toward Native Americans, focusing on the aftermath of the Revolutionary War and the initiatives of George Washington. Mr. Butterfield is the executive director of the National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon. This talk took place in Richmond, Virginia as part of a day-long symposium.
1:05 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Senate Hearing on Ocean Plastic Pollution A Senate Appropriations subcommittee held a hearing with State Department and USAID officials on ... A Senate Appropriations subcommittee held a hearing with State Department and USAID officials on efforts to combat ocean plastic pollution. Prior to witness testimony, Sens. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) and Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) appeared before the subcommittee to outline bipartisan efforts in reducing marine debris. The hearing also addressed the economic and environmental consequences of plastic pollution, waste management assistance for developing nations and global initiatives aimed at supporting ocean conservation. 9:01 AM EST Approx. 59 min. Thomas Levenson, "Money for Nothing" MIT professor Thomas Levenson discussed how the leaders of the 15th century Scientific Revolution ... MIT professor Thomas Levenson discussed how the leaders of the 15th century Scientific Revolution applied their new ideas to people, money, and markets and as a result invented modern finance. This virtual event was hosted by Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 8:35 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Chief Justice John Marshall & the Cherokee Cases Oklahoma University law professor Lindsay Robertson examined Chief Justice John Marshall and the ... Oklahoma University law professor Lindsay Robertson examined Chief Justice John Marshall and the Supreme Court's decisions in cases involving the Cherokee Nation. In the 1830s under President Andrew Jackson the Cherokees were forcibly removed from their lands in the southeastern U.S. in what became know as the "Trail of Tears." This talk took place in Richmond, Virginia as part of a day-long symposium.
2:15 PM EST Approx. 3 hr. 25 min. House Hearing on Possible Rule Changes for New Congress The House Rules Committee held a virtual "Member's Day" hearing on possible rule changes for the ... The House Rules Committee held a virtual "Member's Day" hearing on possible rule changes for the 117th Congress. Several topics were discussed, including modernization efforts in congress, re-establishing congressionally directed spending rules (commonly referred to as earmarks), the realignment of committee jurisdictions in relation to the agencies they serve, the use of the proxy vote, and strengthening the constitutional powers afforded to Congress. Several members testified before the committee, including Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD) and Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC). 10:00 AM EST Approx. 45 min. Jordan Ritter Conn "The Road from Raqqa" Jordan Ritter Conn, a staff writer for the Ringer, detailed the journey of two Syrian brothers, ... Jordan Ritter Conn, a staff writer for the Ringer, detailed the journey of two Syrian brothers, one who immigrated to the United States and the other who remained in Syria during that country's civil war. This was a virtual event hosted by the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville. 9:45 AM EST Approx. 40 min. Trail of Tears Trail of Tears Association president Jack Baker talked about the forced relocation of Native ... Trail of Tears Association president Jack Baker talked about the forced relocation of Native Americans in the early 19th century. Mr. Baker, a member of the Cherokee Nation, also discussed his own family's involuntary move to Oklahoma. This talk was part of an all-day conference co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, University of Oklahoma Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy, and Preservation Virginia.
5:40 PM EST Approx. 37 min. Clinton Foundation Affordable Housing Discussion President Clinton discussed affordable housing and the racial wealth gap with Atlanta Mayor Keisha ... President Clinton discussed affordable housing and the racial wealth gap with Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms (D) and Caliber Home Loans CEO Sajiv Das. The Clinton Foundation hosted this virtual event. 10:45 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Michel Paradis, "Last Mission to Tokyo" Author Michel Paradis recalled the 'Doolittle Raids' of 1942, an American response to the Japanese ... Author Michel Paradis recalled the 'Doolittle Raids' of 1942, an American response to the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. The author wrote that the U.S. bombing was led by Jimmy Doolittle, a stunt pilot, and focused on members of his squadron who were captured in the attacks and freed in the waning days of the war. This was a virtual event hosted by the Center on National Security at Fordham Law. 10:25 AM EST Approx. 45 min. Slavery & Native American Displacement University of Richmond professor and president emeritus Edward Ayers discussed how the expansion ... University of Richmond professor and president emeritus Edward Ayers discussed how the expansion of slavery and westward migration displaced Native Americans throughout the antebellum period, moving them further and further from their ancestral lands. This talk is part of, "John Marshall, the Supreme Court and the Trail of Tears," an all-day conference co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture and Preservation Virginia.
6:17 PM EST Approx. 9 min. White House Christmas Tree Arrival First Lady Melania Trump received the White House Christmas tree from the North Portico of the ... First Lady Melania Trump received the White House Christmas tree from the North Portico of the White House. This year's tree is a Fraser Fir from Dan and Bryan Trees of West Virginia. 11:50 AM EST Approx. 40 min. Lisa Mosconi, "The XX Brain" Neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi argued that the female brain is more susceptible to dementia and ... Neuroscientist Lisa Mosconi argued that the female brain is more susceptible to dementia and Alzheimer's disease than the male brain. She reported that because research has been centered around the male brain, treatment for women has lagged behind. This virtual event was hosted by The Aspen Institute in Washington, DC. 11:10 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Cherokee Nation After The Trail of Tears The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation talked about the tribe's history following their ... The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation talked about the tribe's history following their removal from the Southeast to present-day Oklahoma. Chief Chuck Hoskin focused on how the Cherokee concentrated on rebuilding and strengthening their culture despite much adversity. This talk was part of an all-day conference titled, "John Marshall, the Supreme Court, and the Trail of Tears" that was co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture and Preservation Virginia.
6:26 PM EST Approx. 34 min. Washington Post Discussion with Dr. Anthony Fauci on Coronavirus Pandemic Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, ... Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, discussed the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic during a virtual conversation with the Washington Post. Dr. Fauci warned against traveling for the holidays in the midst of a "surge, transposed on a surge" and said indoor gatherings with people from different households could cause a spike in cases. He also said news of a third 90% effective vaccine trial from AstraZeneca could be a "good sign" for the potential of multiple, efficacious vaccines. When questioned about conversations with President-elect Joe Biden, Dr. Fauci said the two had not spoken since the election. 12:30 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. Leonard Mlodinow, "Stephen Hawking" Theoretical physicist Leonard Mlodinow remembered his friendship and working relationship with the ... Theoretical physicist Leonard Mlodinow remembered his friendship and working relationship with the late award-winning physicist Stephen Hawking. This virtual event was hosted by Powell's Bookstore. 12:15 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Southern Native American Culture Before Europeans Gregory Smithers talked about Native Americans in the South before the arrival of Europeans. He's ... Gregory Smithers talked about Native Americans in the South before the arrival of Europeans. He's the author of "Native Southerners: Indigenous History from Origins to Removal" and is a history professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. The Virginia Museum of History & Culture hosted this event.
7:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. Q&A Harold Holzer, "The Presidents vs. the Press" - Part Two Author and historian Harold Holzer examined the relationship, often hostile, between the media and ... Author and historian Harold Holzer examined the relationship, often hostile, between the media and U.S. presidents going back to George Washington. During part two of our two-part interview with Mr. Holzer, he talked about presidents from FDR to Donald Trump. 1:30 PM EST Approx. 30 min. National Book Festival - Erica Armstrong Dunbar, "She Came to Slay" Historian Erica Armstrong Dunbar chronicled the life of abolitionist Harriet Tubman. This program ... Historian Erica Armstrong Dunbar chronicled the life of abolitionist Harriet Tubman. This program was part of the 20th annual National Book Festival, a virtual event hosted by the Library of Congress. 1:20 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Native American Activist Vine Deloria Philip Deloria talked about the work and activism of his father, Vine Deloria Jr. He described how ... Philip Deloria talked about the work and activism of his father, Vine Deloria Jr. He described how his father's work was influential on Native American activism and culture in the 1960s. This event was hosted by the University of Colorado Boulder's Center of the American West.
8:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 33 min. Senate Rules Committee Holds Hearing on Proposed New Smithsonian Museums The Senate Rules Committee held a hearing on two new Smithsonian museums proposals: the American ... The Senate Rules Committee held a hearing on two new Smithsonian museums proposals: the American Women's History Museum and the National Museum of the American Latino. Senators from both parties spoke in favor of the proposals, highlighting the need for the experiences of American women and Latinos to be included in its own museum. Among the witnesses testifying was Smithsonian Institution Secretary Lonnie Bunch, who led the effort and was the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Actress and activist Eva Longoria also testified remotely, calling on Congress to "correct the record" on the Latino contribution in the United States and provide a more inclusive appreciation of their experience through the Smithsonian museums. 2:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. David Michaelis, "Eleanor" Biographer David Michaelis recalled the life of Eleanor Roosevelt. This was a virtual event hosted ... Biographer David Michaelis recalled the life of Eleanor Roosevelt. This was a virtual event hosted by Porter Square Books in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 2:25 PM EST Approx. 55 min. National Native American Veterans Memorial Design Artist Harvey Pratt shared his vision for the National Native American Veterans memorial in a ... Artist Harvey Pratt shared his vision for the National Native American Veterans memorial in a conversation with Kevin Gover, the director of the National Museum of the American Indian. Mr. Pratt discussed his background as an artist, as well as his own experience as a former U.S. Marine in Vietnam. This event was hosted by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
9:33 PM EST Approx. 58 min. Washington Journal Peter Baker & Susan Glasser Journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser discussed their new book on the life of former Secretary ... Journalists Peter Baker and Susan Glasser discussed their new book on the life of former Secretary of State and former White House Chief of Staff James Baker. 3:00 PM EST Approx. 17 min. Mark Salter, "The Luckiest Man" Senator John McCain's former speechwriter and aide Mark Salter shared his thoughts on the life of ... Senator John McCain's former speechwriter and aide Mark Salter shared his thoughts on the life of the late Senator. This virtual program was hosted by the Poison Pen Bookstore in Scottsdale, Arizona. 3:20 PM EST Approx. 41 min. American Artifacts National Museum of the American Indian Photo Collections The National Museum of the American Indian's Michelle Anne Delaney traced photography's evolution ... The National Museum of the American Indian's Michelle Anne Delaney traced photography's evolution while describing a selection of the museum's images of Native Americans. She also demonstrated how to navigate their online collection of 25,000 photographs. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this program was recorded via Zoom.
10:31 PM EST Approx. 28 min. The Communicators Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention" Netflix cofounder and CEO Reed Hastings and business professor Erin Meyer discussed the unorthodox ... Netflix cofounder and CEO Reed Hastings and business professor Erin Meyer discussed the unorthodox workplace culture behind one of the largest tech companies in the world in their book "No Rules Rules: Netflix and the Culture of Reinvention." 3:17 PM EST Approx. 43 min. Mark Salter, "The Luckiest Man" Senator John McCain's former speechwriter and aide Mark Salter shared his thoughts on the life of ... Senator John McCain's former speechwriter and aide Mark Salter shared his thoughts on the life of the late Senator. This virtual program was hosted by the Poison Pen Bookstore in Scottsdale, Arizona. 4:01 PM EST Approx. 34 min. Origins of U.S. Policies Toward Native Americans Kevin Butterfield looked at the origins of U.S. policies toward Native Americans, focusing on the ... Kevin Butterfield looked at the origins of U.S. policies toward Native Americans, focusing on the aftermath of the Revolutionary War and the initiatives of George Washington. Mr. Butterfield is the executive director of the National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon. This talk took place in Richmond, Virginia as part of a day-long symposium.
10:59 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 34 min. Senate Rules Committee Holds Hearing on Proposed New Smithsonian Museums The Senate Rules Committee held a hearing on two new Smithsonian museums proposals: the American ... The Senate Rules Committee held a hearing on two new Smithsonian museums proposals: the American Women's History Museum and the National Museum of the American Latino. Senators from both parties spoke in favor of the proposals, highlighting the need for the experiences of American women and Latinos to be included in its own museum. Among the witnesses testifying was Smithsonian Institution Secretary Lonnie Bunch, who led the effort and was the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Actress and activist Eva Longoria also testified remotely, calling on Congress to "correct the record" on the Latino contribution in the United States and provide a more inclusive appreciation of their experience through the Smithsonian museums. 4:00 PM EST Approx. 59 min. Fmr. Sen. Connie Mack R-FL, "Citizen Mack - Politics, an Honorable Calling" Former Florida Republican Senator Connie Mack spoke about his life and career in politics. This ... Former Florida Republican Senator Connie Mack spoke about his life and career in politics. This virtual program was hosted by Books & Books Bookstore in Coral Gables, Florida. 4:35 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Chief Justice John Marshall & the Cherokee Cases Oklahoma University law professor Lindsay Robertson examined Chief Justice John Marshall and the ... Oklahoma University law professor Lindsay Robertson examined Chief Justice John Marshall and the Supreme Court's decisions in cases involving the Cherokee Nation. In the 1830s under President Andrew Jackson the Cherokees were forcibly removed from their lands in the southeastern U.S. in what became know as the "Trail of Tears." This talk took place in Richmond, Virginia as part of a day-long symposium.
12:33 AM EST Approx. 40 min. President-Elect Biden Announces Foreign Policy & National Security Posts President-elect Joe Biden announced key foreign policy and national security posts, including ... President-elect Joe Biden announced key foreign policy and national security posts, including Antony Blinken to be the nominee for Secretary of State and John Kerry as the new special presidential envoy for climate. President-elect Biden said his foreign policy and national security team will make Americans proud again and restore the reputation of the U.S. globally. Following the remarks, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris closed out the event with brief comments, saying the team announced "reflects the best of our nation." 4:59 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Helena Andrews-Dyer & R. Eric Thomas, "Reclaiming Her Time" Washington Post features reporter Helena Andrews-Dye and Elle senior staff writer R. Eric Thomas ... Washington Post features reporter Helena Andrews-Dye and Elle senior staff writer R. Eric Thomas looked at the life and career of Representative Maxine Waters (D-CA). This virtual program was sponsored by Loyalty Bookstore in Silver Spring, Maryland. 5:45 PM EST Approx. 40 min. Trail of Tears Trail of Tears Association president Jack Baker talked about the forced relocation of Native ... Trail of Tears Association president Jack Baker talked about the forced relocation of Native Americans in the early 19th century. Mr. Baker, a member of the Cherokee Nation, also discussed his own family's involuntary move to Oklahoma. This talk was part of an all-day conference co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, University of Oklahoma Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy, and Preservation Virginia.
1:13 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 51 min. Senate Hearing on Student Aid Application The Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee held a hearing on simplifying the student ... The Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee held a hearing on simplifying the student aid application known as Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA.) Senators and witnesses discussed the importance of shortening the FAFSA application and how it would benefit minority students and those from low income backgrounds. They also discussed how the coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated the higher education system and more students need for financial aid due to the unstable economy. Senators praised Chair Lamar Alexander's (R-TN) leadership on the committee and the issue. The hearing was mostly virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic. 6:04 PM EST Approx. 56 min. H.W. Brands, "The Zealot and the Emancipator" Historian H.W. Brands provided a dual biography of abolitionist John Brown and Abraham Lincoln. ... Historian H.W. Brands provided a dual biography of abolitionist John Brown and Abraham Lincoln. This was a virtual event hosted by the Atlanta History Center. 6:25 PM EST Approx. 45 min. Slavery & Native American Displacement University of Richmond professor and president emeritus Edward Ayers discussed how the expansion ... University of Richmond professor and president emeritus Edward Ayers discussed how the expansion of slavery and westward migration displaced Native Americans throughout the antebellum period, moving them further and further from their ancestral lands. This talk is part of, "John Marshall, the Supreme Court and the Trail of Tears," an all-day conference co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture and Preservation Virginia.
3:04 AM EST Approx. 21 min. New York Times Discussion with Sen. Elizabeth Warren Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) joined a virtual discussion with the New York Times to talk about ... Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) joined a virtual discussion with the New York Times to talk about progressive priorities for President-elect Biden's administration. Sen. Warren talked about her hope that the incoming administration would address a growing wealth gap, college loan debt and economic hardships due to the coronavirus pandemic. She also discussed her concerns about the delay in beginning the presidential transition and her thoughts on personnel in President-elect Biden's administration. 7:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. After Words Deborah Stone, "Counting-How We Use Numbers to Decide What Matters" Political scientist Deborah Stone argued that numbers aren't objective and explains numerous ways ... Political scientist Deborah Stone argued that numbers aren't objective and explains numerous ways numbers impact our lives daily. She was interviewed by data scientist and author Cathy O'Neil. 7:10 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Cherokee Nation After The Trail of Tears The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation talked about the tribe's history following their ... The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation talked about the tribe's history following their removal from the Southeast to present-day Oklahoma. Chief Chuck Hoskin focused on how the Cherokee concentrated on rebuilding and strengthening their culture despite much adversity. This talk was part of an all-day conference titled, "John Marshall, the Supreme Court, and the Trail of Tears" that was co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture and Preservation Virginia.
3:25 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 2 min. Former DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson Discusses National Security Issues Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and former Principal Deputy Director of National ... Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson and former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon spoke national security threats against America and what policies President-elect Joe Biden might inact to address them. These threats include domestic terrorism, foreign disinformation and climate change. The Center for New American Security hosted this virtual conversation. 8:00 PM EST Approx. 3 hr. In Depth 20th Anniversary Commemoration To commemorate the 20th anniversary of In Depth, Book TV on C-SPAN2 played highlights from past ... To commemorate the 20th anniversary of In Depth, Book TV on C-SPAN2 played highlights from past shows and took viewer calls and comments. We also talked with authors who have appeared on In Depth as well as publishers to get updates on their work. 8:15 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Southern Native American Culture Before Europeans Gregory Smithers talked about Native Americans in the South before the arrival of Europeans. He's ... Gregory Smithers talked about Native Americans in the South before the arrival of Europeans. He's the author of "Native Southerners: Indigenous History from Origins to Removal" and is a history professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. The Virginia Museum of History & Culture hosted this event.
4:27 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. George Will Discusses the Impact of the Trump Presidency Jews United for Democracy and Justice hosted a virtual discussion with Washington Post Columnist ... Jews United for Democracy and Justice hosted a virtual discussion with Washington Post Columnist George Will on the impact of the Trump presidency. The discussed several topics, including President Trump's leadership, his relationship with Russia, how the Republican party might change in the future, and the president's reluctance to concede the election to President-Elect Joe Biden. They also addressed the current presidential transition and how Joe Biden might work with a Republican Senate. 11:00 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. After Words John Fabian Witt, "American Contagions" Law professor John Fabian Witt examined the relationship between law, epidemics, and public health ... Law professor John Fabian Witt examined the relationship between law, epidemics, and public health guidelines. He was interviewed by Georgetown University law professor & director of the Institute for National and Global Health Law Lawrence Gostin. 9:20 PM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Native American Activist Vine Deloria Philip Deloria talked about the work and activism of his father, Vine Deloria Jr. He described how ... Philip Deloria talked about the work and activism of his father, Vine Deloria Jr. He described how his father's work was influential on Native American activism and culture in the 1960s. This event was hosted by the University of Colorado Boulder's Center of the American West.
5:28 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 32 min. Senate Rules Committee Holds Hearing on Proposed New Smithsonian Museums The Senate Rules Committee held a hearing on two new Smithsonian museums proposals: the American ... The Senate Rules Committee held a hearing on two new Smithsonian museums proposals: the American Women's History Museum and the National Museum of the American Latino. Senators from both parties spoke in favor of the proposals, highlighting the need for the experiences of American women and Latinos to be included in its own museum. Among the witnesses testifying was Smithsonian Institution Secretary Lonnie Bunch, who led the effort and was the founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Actress and activist Eva Longoria also testified remotely, calling on Congress to "correct the record" on the Latino contribution in the United States and provide a more inclusive appreciation of their experience through the Smithsonian museums. 12:00 AM EST Approx. 59 min. Nancy Grace, "Don't Be a Victim" Legal commentator Nancy Grace provided a guide on how citizens can protect themselves and avoid ... Legal commentator Nancy Grace provided a guide on how citizens can protect themselves and avoid becoming a victim of crime. This virtual event was hosted by the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta and the National JCC Literary Consortium. 10:25 PM EST Approx. 55 min. National Native American Veterans Memorial Design Artist Harvey Pratt shared his vision for the National Native American Veterans memorial in a ... Artist Harvey Pratt shared his vision for the National Native American Veterans memorial in a conversation with Kevin Gover, the director of the National Museum of the American Indian. Mr. Pratt discussed his background as an artist, as well as his own experience as a former U.S. Marine in Vietnam. This event was hosted by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
7:00 AM EST Approx. 17 hr. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. 12:59 AM EST Approx. 55 min. Eddie Glaude, "Begin Again" Author and Princeton University professor Eddie Glaude applied James Baldwin's writings on ... Author and Princeton University professor Eddie Glaude applied James Baldwin's writings on politics and race to navigate the current conversation on race in America. This virtual program was part of the Schomburg Center Literary Festival in New York City. 11:20 PM EST Approx. 41 min. American Artifacts National Museum of the American Indian Photo Collections The National Museum of the American Indian's Michelle Anne Delaney traced photography's evolution ... The National Museum of the American Indian's Michelle Anne Delaney traced photography's evolution while describing a selection of the museum's images of Native Americans. She also demonstrated how to navigate their online collection of 25,000 photographs. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this program was recorded via Zoom.
1:54 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 6 min. Luke Nichter, "The Last Brahmin" Texas A&M University-Central Texas history professor Luke Nichter recalled the political career of ... Texas A&M University-Central Texas history professor Luke Nichter recalled the political career of Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., a Republican Senator turned foreign policy advisor to five Presidents. This was a virtual event hosted by the Massachusetts Historical Society in Boston. 12:01 AM EST Approx. 34 min. Origins of U.S. Policies Toward Native Americans Kevin Butterfield looked at the origins of U.S. policies toward Native Americans, focusing on the ... Kevin Butterfield looked at the origins of U.S. policies toward Native Americans, focusing on the aftermath of the Revolutionary War and the initiatives of George Washington. Mr. Butterfield is the executive director of the National Library for the Study of George Washington at Mount Vernon. This talk took place in Richmond, Virginia as part of a day-long symposium.
3:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Adam Higginbotham, "Midnight in Chernobyl" Adam Higginbotham talked about his book "Midnight in Chernobyl," about the 1986 nuclear disaster ... Adam Higginbotham talked about his book "Midnight in Chernobyl," about the 1986 nuclear disaster in Ukraine. This virtual event was part of Norwich University's Military Writers' Symposium. 12:35 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 10 min. Chief Justice John Marshall & the Cherokee Cases Oklahoma University law professor Lindsay Robertson examined Chief Justice John Marshall and the ... Oklahoma University law professor Lindsay Robertson examined Chief Justice John Marshall and the Supreme Court's decisions in cases involving the Cherokee Nation. In the 1830s under President Andrew Jackson the Cherokees were forcibly removed from their lands in the southeastern U.S. in what became know as the "Trail of Tears." This talk took place in Richmond, Virginia as part of a day-long symposium.
4:00 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Kerri Arsenault, "Mill Town" Kerri Arsenault investigated how the paper mill in her hometown of Mexico, Maine, affected the ... Kerri Arsenault investigated how the paper mill in her hometown of Mexico, Maine, affected the financial and physical well-being of its residents. This was a virtual event hosted by Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn. 1:45 AM EST Approx. 45 min. Trail of Tears Trail of Tears Association president Jack Baker talked about the forced relocation of Native ... Trail of Tears Association president Jack Baker talked about the forced relocation of Native Americans in the early 19th century. Mr. Baker, a member of the Cherokee Nation, also discussed his own family's involuntary move to Oklahoma. This talk was part of an all-day conference co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, University of Oklahoma Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy, and Preservation Virginia.
5:05 AM EST Approx. 40 min. Andrew Whitby, "The Sum of the People" Data scientist Andrew Whitby looked at the history of census taking around the world. This was a ... Data scientist Andrew Whitby looked at the history of census taking around the world. This was a virtual event hosted by the National Archives in Washington, DC. 2:30 AM EST Approx. 45 min. Slavery & Native American Displacement University of Richmond professor and president emeritus Edward Ayers discussed how the expansion ... University of Richmond professor and president emeritus Edward Ayers discussed how the expansion of slavery and westward migration displaced Native Americans throughout the antebellum period, moving them further and further from their ancestral lands. This talk is part of, "John Marshall, the Supreme Court and the Trail of Tears," an all-day conference co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture and Preservation Virginia.
5:45 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 14 min. Charles Kupchan, "Isolationism" Georgetown University international affairs professor Charles Kupchan looked back at American ... Georgetown University international affairs professor Charles Kupchan looked back at American foreign policy and isolationism. This was a virtual event hosted by TownHall Seattle. 3:15 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. Cherokee Nation After The Trail of Tears The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation talked about the tribe's history following their ... The Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation talked about the tribe's history following their removal from the Southeast to present-day Oklahoma. Chief Chuck Hoskin focused on how the Cherokee concentrated on rebuilding and strengthening their culture despite much adversity. This talk was part of an all-day conference titled, "John Marshall, the Supreme Court, and the Trail of Tears" that was co-hosted by the Virginia Museum of History & Culture and Preservation Virginia.
6:59 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 1 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. 4:15 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Southern Native American Culture Before Europeans Gregory Smithers talked about Native Americans in the South before the arrival of Europeans. He's ... Gregory Smithers talked about Native Americans in the South before the arrival of Europeans. He's the author of "Native Southerners: Indigenous History from Origins to Removal" and is a history professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. The Virginia Museum of History & Culture hosted this event.
5:20 AM EST Approx. 1 hr. 5 min. Native American Activist Vine Deloria Philip Deloria talked about the work and activism of his father, Vine Deloria Jr. He described how ... Philip Deloria talked about the work and activism of his father, Vine Deloria Jr. He described how his father's work was influential on Native American activism and culture in the 1960s. This event was hosted by the University of Colorado Boulder's Center of the American West.
6:25 AM EST Approx. 54 min. National Native American Veterans Memorial Design Artist Harvey Pratt shared his vision for the National Native American Veterans memorial in a ... Artist Harvey Pratt shared his vision for the National Native American Veterans memorial in a conversation with Kevin Gover, the director of the National Museum of the American Indian. Mr. Pratt discussed his background as an artist, as well as his own experience as a former U.S. Marine in Vietnam. This event was hosted by the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian.
7:19 AM EST Approx. 41 min. Public Affairs Events Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews. Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.