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  • Minnesota Politics
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    Minnesota Politics

    Minnesota’s primary falls on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020, when voters in eleven states head to the polls. Minnesota Public Radio senior reporter Catharine Richert explained why she thinks Minnesota may be a…

  • emAmerican Moonshotem
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    American Moonshot

    Historian Douglas Brinkley recounted President Kennedy’s commitment to space exploration and the 1969 moon landing.

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  • Newsmakers with Matt Eyles
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    Newsmakers with Matt Eyles

    The CEO of America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), a trade association of insurance companies, talks about the proposed Medicare for All, Medicare drug prices, and the future of the…

    166 views
  • Comparing Civil War Theaters
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    Comparing Civil War Theaters

    Author and historian Gary Gallagher analyzed the differences between the three major Civil War theaters. He argued that the battles held in the Eastern Theater had the greatest political and…

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  • emThe Injustice Never Leaves Youem
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    The Injustice Never Leaves You

    Brown University professor Monica Martinez provided a history of ethnic violence along the Texas-Mexico borderlands in the early 1900's.

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  • Wildfires and Public Health Concerns
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    Wildfires and Public Health Concerns

    The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health’s Center for Injury Research and Policy held a discussion on the wildfire season and public health concerns. Speakers included the former head…

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  • emA Private Warem
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    A Private War

    Marie Brenner chronicled the last days of war correspondent Marie Colvin, who died in 2012 while covering the Syrian Civil War.

    83 views
  • History of USS Olympia
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    History of USS Olympia

    The President and CEO of Philadelphia’s Independence Seaport Museum gave an illustrated talk detailing the history of the USS Olympia, which is preserved and can be visited at their…

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  • emComfortably Numb Honoring Americas Right to a Free Pressem
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    Comfortably Numb: Honoring America's Right to a Free Press

    Comfortably Numb: Honoring America’s Right to a Free Press was the first-prize high school east winner in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. Ella Grace Rodriguez, Justin Whittingham, and Luke…

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  • Panel Discussion on Writing
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    Panel Discussion on Writing

    Authors Steve Luxenberg and Helen Thorpe discussed their writing routines and the challenges faced by nonfiction authors.

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  • emThe Brilliant Disasterem
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    The Brilliant Disaster

    Jim Rasenberger presents a history of the Bay of Pigs crisis. The failed military invasion of Cuba in 1961 that was supported by the United States government resulted in the capture or death of…

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  • emA Rock Between Two Riversem
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    A Rock Between Two Rivers

    Hugh Fitzsimons reflected on the impact of fracking on his family’s ranch.

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  • Unionizing Women Garment Workers
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    Unionizing Women Garment Workers

    In the early 20th century, the International Ladies' Garment Workers Union was the largest women’s union in the world. It pushed to improve benefits for women in the clothing industry and inspired union…

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  • Columbia University Forum on Immigrant Children
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    Columbia University Forum on Immigrant Children

    Columbia University hosted a forum on immigration policy and how to protect immigrant children. NPR’s Maria Hinojosa delivered the keynote about her experience as a child immigrating from Mexico and facing…

    48 views
  • emSex Power and Partisanshipem
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    Sex, Power, and Partisanship

    University of Texas professor Hector Garcia explored why people hold certain political ideas through the lens of evolutionary science.

    142 views
  • Late20th Century Transformation of Work
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    Late-20th Century Transformation of Work

    Georgetown University professor Joseph McCartin taught a class on the post-industrialization transformation of work, starting in the 1960s and continuing through the end of the 20th…

    46 views
  • emRepublic of Liesem
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    Republic of Lies

    Journalist Anna Merlan looked at how conspiracy theories take root in society.

    180 views
  • IBM in Rochester
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    IBM in Rochester

    Thomas Watson Sr. founded International Business Machines (IBM) in 1911. Forty-five years later the company opened a manufacturing facility in Rochester, Minnesota. IBM Rochester’s Senior State Executive…

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  • Journalists Discuss Relationship Between US Intelligence Community and the Press
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    U.S. Intelligence and the Press

    Former Acting CIA Director Michael Morell moderated a discussion with journalists on the relationship between the U.S. intelligence community and the press. Speakers included Washington…

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  • emLeft to Their Own Devicesem
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    Left to Their Own Devices

    Julie Albright explored the intersection of social behavior and technology and argued that technology has created the largest generational gap thus far.

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