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  • 1619 Thanksgiving at Berkeley Virginia
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    1619 Thanksgiving at Berkeley, Virginia

    In 1619, 35 English settlers arrived in Berkeley, Virginia, upriver from Jamestown. We talked to Graham Woodlief, descendant of the group’s leader, Captain John Woodlief, about how these…

  • emEvery Day is Extraem
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    Every Day is Extra

    Former Secretary of State John Kerry discussed his life and career.

  • Gina Loudon Discusses Current Political Climate
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    Open Phones with Gina Loudon

    Gina Loudon, a member of the Trump 2020 Campaign Media Advisory Board, offered her analysis of the current political climate and took national viewer phone calls.

    93 views
  • Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum
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    Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum

    During the 19th century, Memphis was a hub for slave trading due to its location on the Mississippi River. While the river was used to ship slaves into the city, it was also used to help them escape to the…

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  • Washington Journal Tom Davis  Marjorie Margolies Discuss 2018 Midterms Results  New Congress
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    Tom Davis and Marjorie Margolies on the New Congress

    Former Representatives Tom Davis (R-VA) and Marjorie Margolies (D-PA) talked about the political climate after the 2018 midterm campaign and what it means for the new Congress.

    190 views
  • emAn Unlikely Journeyem
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    An Unlikely Journey

    Obama administration HUD Secretary and former mayor of San Antonio, Texas, Julian Castro discussed his life and political career.

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  • emA CBS News Inquiry The Warren Reportem Part 2
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    A CBS News Inquiry, The Warren Report, Part 2

    This CBS News series examining lingering controversies about the findings of the Warren Report on the Assassination of President Kennedy originally was broadcast over four successive nights…

    24 views
  • Interview with Anna Clark
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    Interview with Anna Clark

    BookTV talked to journalist Anna Clark about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan.

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  • Project on Government Oversight Summit Panel 2
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    Project on Government Oversight Summit, Panel 2

    The Project on Government Oversight held a summit focusing on how to conduct better federal government oversight. In this portion, the Inspector General of the National Security Agency…

    42 views
  • emA CBS News Inquiry The Warren Reportem Part 1
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    A CBS News Inquiry, The Warren Report, Part 1

    This CBS News series examined lingering controversies about the Warren Commission report on the assassination of President Kennedy. Originally broadcast over four successive nights in June of…

    56 views
  • Pocahontas and American Indian Imagery
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    Pocahontas and American Indian Imagery

    We toured the “Americans” exhibit in the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC with curator Cecile Ganteaume. She showed us how Indian names and images are used on products,…

    264 views
  • Author Discussion on Politics
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    Author Discussion on Politics

    Ben Rhodes, deputy national security advisor to President Obama, The World as It Is; Dan Pfeiffer, White House director of communications for President Obama, Yes We (Still) Can; and radio…

    24 views
  • Tour of Memphis Tennessee
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    Tour of Memphis, Tennessee

    Grammy award winning producer and owner of Royal Studios, Boo Mitchell, gave a tour of Memphis, Tennessee.

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  • Mayor Strickland on Memphis Tennessee
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    Mayor Strickland on Memphis, Tennessee

    Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland talks about the history and politics of the city. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2018 LCV Cities Tour” in Memphis, Tennessee, from…

    19 views
  • Open Phones with Chris Stirewalt
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    Open Phones with Chris Stirewalt

    Fox News political editor Chris Stirewalt provided a history of American populism and took national viewer phone calls.

    11 views
  • Stax Museum of American Soul Music
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    Stax Museum of American Soul Music

    Established in 1957, Stax Records became synonymous with Memphis and southern soul music with acts such as Otis Redding, Isaac Hayes, and the Staples Singers. Executive Director Jeff Kollath tells the story…

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  • Archives at Elvis Presleys Graceland
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    Archives at Elvis Presley's Graceland

    The archives at Elvis Presley’s Graceland contain over 1.5 million artifacts from the singer’s personal life and music career. Archivist Angie Marchese showcased some of their more unique items.…

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  • Project on Government Oversight Summit Panel 1
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    Project on Government Oversight Summit, Panel 1

    The Project on Government Oversight held a summit focusing on how to conduct better federal government oversight. In this portion, former Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) presented a state…

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  • Sun Studio
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    Sun Studio

    Known as the “Birth Place of Rock ‘N’ Roll,” Sun Studio ushered in future legends such as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and B.B. King. Jason Freeman, of Sun Studio, recounted the studio’s founding and the…

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  • emThe Red and Blueem
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    The Red and Blue

    MSNBC correspondent Steve Kornacki explored the 1990s and how that period shaped contemporary politics.

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