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    Racial Justice

    Racial justice advocates participated in a discussion outlining 40 separate policy demands for criminal justice reform, failing schools, and unsafe drinking water in minority communities.

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    Campaign 2016 and Voting Rights

    C-SPAN presented a look at the 2016 election and voting rights, including portions of court cases on voter identification laws and the Voting Rights Act, and remarks by former Attorney…

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    America's Cold War Refugee Policy

    Professor Gunther Peck talked about America’s immigration policy toward refugees during the Cold War. He described how people fleeing communist countries, such as Cuba, were given easier…

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    State Department Daily Briefing

    John Kirby briefed reporters and responded to their questions on a variety of international topics.

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    Newsmakers with Cornell William Brooks

    Cornell William Brooks talked about the Justice Department’s report on Baltimore policing and the NAACP’s belief that a national policing crisis exists. He also spoke about voting rights in 2016,…

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    Civil and Human Rights

    Scholars and activists talked about civil and human rights. It was the first in a series of conversations around the nation on rights and justice hosted by the National Archvies. “Civil Rights: Then and Now,” was…

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    White House Daily Briefing

    At the daily White House briefing, advisers Brian Deese, Ben Rhodes, and Wally Adeyemo previewed President Obama’s upcoming trip to Laos and China. Afterward, Josh Earnest briefed reporters…

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    Communicators with Malcolm Gay

    Malcolm Gay, author of The Brain Electric, talked about efforts by researchers at defense-related agencies to help wounded soldiers move prosthetic limbs with their thoughts.

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    Counterterrorism Challenges

    Homeland Security Under Secretary for Intelligence Francis Taylor and Dutch Security and Counterterrorism Coordinator Dick Schoof discussed counterterrorism operations and intelligence…

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    Kristen Soltis Anderson on Polling and Millennial Generation Voters

    Kristen Soltis Anderson talked about her work as a pollster, including polling methodology and reliability, media treatment of poll data, and whether poll data influences elections. She is…

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    Terrorism Challenges

    Panelists talked about ways to combat terrorist threats. Former Turkish Parliament member Aykan Erdemir said the national security approach Turkey is taking against terrorism is not working, and he called on…

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    Health Care Costs for Chronic Conditions

    Health professionals talked about the care and costs of patients living with three or more chronic health conditions. The panelists also discussed mobilizing caregivers, providing coverage…

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    Carol Rosenberg on Guantanamo Bay Detainee Policy

    Carol Rosenberg talked about the Obama administration’s recent move to transfer 15 detainees from the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, as well as President Obama’s desire to close it down…

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    Q&A with Laurence Leamer

    Laurence Leamer talked about several of his books, which include The Kennedy Women, Madness Under the Royal Palms: Love and Death Behind the Gates of Palm Beach. and The Lynching: The Epic…

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    Climate Change and Building Design

    Panelists talked about the impact of climate change on buildings and landscapes and actions that could be taken to help communities to adapt to environmental changes.

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    Origins of the Cold War

    Professor David Dalton talked about the origins of the Cold War following the end of World War II. This was from an American history survey course that covers colonization to the present.

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    Defense Budget and Priorities

    The Brookings Institution’s Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence hosted a discussion on defense spending and priorities for the 115th Congress and the president who succeeds the…

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    Chris Currie on Disaster Preparedness and Assistance

    Chris Currie, with the Government Accountability Office, talked about funding for federal disaster preparedness and disaster assistance, as well as his office’s efforts to address management challenges facing those…

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    U.S. Government Human Radiation Experiments

    University of Michigan History of Medicine Professor Dr. Joel Howell talked about U.S. Government Human Radiation Experiments during the Cold War. This class was from a course titled “History of…

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    Animal Rights National Conference

    Animal rights activists talked about the relationship between humans and animals, and the use of animals in testing. They also argued that school, hospital, military, and prison cafeterias…

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