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    Traveling Black

    University of Pennsylvania American history Professor Mia Bay looked at the history of race and travel in America. This was a virtual event hosted by the Mark Twain House and Harriet…

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    Santa Fe Trail Brides

    Santa Fe Trail Association co-founder Joy Poole discussed the experiences of young women who traveled along the over 800 mile-long Santa Fe Trail with their husbands. She explored their…

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    House Hearing on Organ Transplant System

    A House Oversight subcommittee held a virtual hearing to examine the nation’s organ transplant waitlist system. Among those testifying were medical doctors, organ transplant candidates and…

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    The Hardest Place

    Politico military affairs reporter Wesley Morgan looked at American military action in Afghanistan’s Pech Valley. This virtual event was hosted by the New America Foundation in Washington,…

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    House Hearing on Artificial Intelligence and Race

    A House Financial Services Committee task force met virtually to discuss whether artificial intelligence could address systemic racism in housing and financial services. Several members spoke to the…

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    The York Patrol

    Military historian James Carl Nelson looked at the efforts of U.S. Army Sergeant Alvin York, who was responsible for seizing German positions in the 1918 Meuse-Argonne Offensive, the last…

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    Force and Freedom

    Wellesley College Africana Studies Professor Kellie Carter Jackson provided a history of the use of violence by black abolitionists. She was joined in conversation by New York University…

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    Assignment Russia

    Journalist Marvin Kalb recalled his early career as a foreign correspondent in Russia during the Cold War. This event was hosted by the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.

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    African American Soldiers and World War II

    During World War II, over one million African Americans served in the armed forces. Washington Post writer DeNeen Brown and education consultant Lynn Williams discussed the challenges these soldiers…

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    Terry v. United States Oral Argument

    The Supreme Court heard oral argument in Terry v. United States, a case on whether defendants who received greater sentences for low level crack cocaine offenses can get sentencing relief…

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    After Words with Patrick Radden Keefe

    New Yorker staff writer Patrick Radden Keefe reported on the Sackler family’s wealth that was built on pharmaceuticals, which included Valium and OxyContin. He was interviewed by author and…

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    The Dictatorship of Woke Capital

    Financial analyst Steve Soukup explained why he believes corporate America has been changed in recent years by progressive ideology. This virtual event was hosted by the Competitive…

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    Authors Jim Copland and Richard Epstein on the Administrative State

    Manhattan Institute senior fellow Jim Copland (The Unelected) and visiting fellow Richard Epstein (The Dubious Morality of Modern Administrative Law) talked about government regulation…

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    1970s American Car Culture and Film

    University of Dayton Professors John Heitmann and Todd Uhlman taught a class about 1970s American car culture and films of the era. Using examples like Easy Rider, American Graffiti, and Badlands, they argued…

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    Stuck

    Vaccine Confidence Project founding director Heidi Larson looked at what influencesthe public’s attitudes toward the Covid-19 vaccination. This event was hosted by the Bard College…

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    Nevada Mining

    Mining is the largest industry in rural Nevada. Garrett Barmore, museum curator at the W.M. Keck Earth Science and Mineral Engineering Museum, shared its history and impact on the city of Reno and the state.…

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    Department of Commerce Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Request

    Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo testified before the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies on the department’s fiscal year 2022 budget…

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    Susan, Linda, Nina, & Cokie

    Author and journalist Lisa Napoli profiled four female journalists, Susan Stamberg, Linda Wertheimer, Nina Totenberg, and Cokie Roberts, whose reporting helped establish National Public…

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    Sheryl Sandberg on Small Business

    Facebook’s Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg talked about the role of social media in helping small businesses during the coronavirus pandemic. She also discussed internet regulation,…

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    Remembering John Lewis

    Biographer Jon Meacham, author of “His Truth Is Marching On: John Lewis and the Power of Hope” was joined by two former chiefs of staff to the late congressman and civil rights leader to discuss his life and…

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