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  • Coffee and the Civil War
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    Coffee and the Civil War

    The National Museum of Civil War Medicine hosted an online conversation about soldiers' use and access to coffee during the war. Museum employees Jake Wynn and Kyle Dalton compared the…

  • RFK assassination anniversary
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    RFK assassination anniversary

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    We note the June 5 1968 assassination of New York Senator Robert Kennedy with his calls with LBJ, and eulogy by brother and Massachusetts Senator Edward Kennedy.

  • emThe Lost Tradition of Economic Equality in America 16001870em
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    The Lost Tradition of Economic Equality in America, 1600-1870

    History professor Daniel Mandell argued that early Americans were critical of economic inequality and believed fiscal parity was an essential part of a functional society. This virtual…

  • Stalins Correspondence with Roosevelt and Churchill
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    Stalin's Correspondence with Roosevelt and Churchill

    David Reynolds, co-editor of The Kremlin Letters: Stalin’s Wartime Correspondence with Churchill and Roosevelt, talked about the messages sent between these Allied leaders during World War…

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  • DC Archbishop Gregory Discusses Racism  Faith at Georgetown University
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    DC Archbishop Gregory Discusses Racism & Faith at Georgetown University

    Catholic Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC participated in a dialogue with others concerning the ongoing protests across the nation that were sparked by the death of George Floyd while in police…

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  • emHad I Knownem
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    Had I Known

    Barbara Ehrenreich talked about economic inequality in the United Stakes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. This virtual discussion was hosted by Politics and Prose Bookstore.

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  • Live View of Washington DC Protest Demonstration
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    Live View of Washington, D.C., Protest Demonstration

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  • emJustice for All Earl Warrenem
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    Justice for All: Earl Warren

    Jim Newton talked about his biography, Justice for All: Earl Warren and the Nation He Made, published by Riverhead. He recounted the life of Earl Warren, the chief justice of the United States from…

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  • emThe Indian World of George Washingtonem
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    The Indian World of George Washington

    Dartmouth College history professor Colin Calloway looked at George Washington’s relationships with Native American leaders. This virtual author program was hosted by George Washington’s…

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  • emOnce Upon a Time I Lived on Marsem
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    Once Upon a Time I Lived on Mars

    NASA astronaut and scientist Kate Greene recalled her experiences living in a simulated Martian environment. This event was hosted by the Library of Congress in Washington, DC.

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  • Former Deputy Attorney Testimony on the FBIs Russia Investigation
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    Former Deputy Attorney Testimony on the FBI's Russia Investigation

    Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on the FISA application process used during the FBI’s “Crossfire Hurricane” investigation into possible ties…

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  • The Holocaust at the Local Level
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    The Holocaust at the Local Level

    Omer Bartov talked about the Holocaust experience in one Eastern European town that had been a community of Poles, Ukrainians and Jews. Mr. Bartov is the author of “Anatomy of a Genocide: The…

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  • House Judiciary Committee Holds Hearing on Voting Rights During Coronavirus Pandemic
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    Hearing on Voting Rights During Coronavirus Pandemic

    The House Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties held a virtual hearing on protecting voting rights during the coronavirus pandemic. Among the…

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  • Source Booksellers on the Impact of COVID19
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    Source Booksellers on the Impact of COVID-19

    Book TV talked to Janet Webster Jones and Alyson Jones Turner, owners of Source Booksellers in Detroit, about how the coronavirus had impacted their bookstore’s operations. In this virtual…

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  • Washington Journal Heather Mac Donald Discusses Protests Following George Floyds Killing
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    Heather Mac Donald on Protests Following George Floyd's Killing

    Heather Mac Donald talked about policing in the U.S. and the protests following the death of George Floyd.

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  • Religious Influence on US Politics
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    Religious Influence on U.S. Politics

    Historians talked about religious influence on U.S. politics and foreign policy in the 20th century. This was part of a two-day Purdue University conference called, “Remaking American Political…

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  • Congressional Black Caucus Holds Town Hall on Race
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    Congressional Black Caucus Holds Town Hall on Race

    The Congressional Black Caucus held a virtual town hall on race in America following days of protests over the death of George Floyd. Led by Rep. Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY), they discussed the…

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  • Amendment to End the Vietnam War
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    Amendment to End the Vietnam War

    A bipartisan group of five U.S. senators appeared in a television broadcast to discuss and promote a resolution to end the Vietnam War by December 31, 1970. The broadcast aired 12 days…

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  • Books About Race in America
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    Books About Race in America

    Book TV looked at books about race in America.

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  • Washington Journal Eric Morath Discusses Unemployment in the US
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    Eric Morath on Unemployment in the U.S.

    Eric Morath from the Wal Street Journal talked about the May 2020 jobs report and overall employment picture amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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