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  • Woodstock Music Festival Historic Site
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    Woodstock Music Festival Historic Site

    In August, 1969, Woodstock attracted nearly half a million people to a dairy farm in upstate New York. Wade Lawrence, director and senior curator of the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts…

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  • emThe Road to Woodstockem
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    The Road to Woodstock

    Michael Lang talked about his memoir The Road to Woodstock: From the Man Behind the Legendary Festival (Ecco; June 30, 2009). A co-founder of the Woodstock Music Festival, he recounts the…

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  • Newsmakers With David McIntosh
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    Newsmakers With David McIntosh

    Club for Growth President David McIntosh discussed Campaign 2020 and organization’s campaign strategy; individual races of interest; campaign spending; the issue environment; and challenges…

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  • Author Discussion on Outlaws in US History
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    Author Discussion on Outlaws in U.S. History

    Authors Eric Dolin, Tom Clavin, and Peter Houlahan discussed outlaws in U.S. History.

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  • Innovations in Food Rationing
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    Innovations in Food Rationing

    Texas high school teacher Karyn Cabana gave an illustrated talk about World War II food rationing, including troop field ration innovations that led to modern-day processed food. Ms. Cabana also…

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  • Interview with Craig Huey
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    Interview with Craig Huey

    Criag Huey, publisher of The Huey Report and Reality Alert, talked about his book, “The Deep State: 15 Surprising Dangers You Should Know.”

  • The Mikva Challenge Soapbox Nation Speeches
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    The Mikva Challenge Soapbox Nation Speeches

    The Mikva Challenge held its public speaking competition, “Soapbox Nation: Youth Speech Showcase,” at the Newseum in Washington, DC. Founded in 1997, the Mikva Challenge aims to promote…

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  • Feminism and 19601970s Popular Music
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    Feminism and 1960-1970s Popular Music

    Indiana University history professor Michael McGerr talked about women and feminism in 1960-1970s popular music. This class was from his course titled “Rock, Hip Hop and Revolution: Popular Music…

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  • Author Discussion on Desegregation
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    Author Discussion on Desegregation

    Authors Hezekiah Watkins, Michelle Purdy, Natalie Adams, and Jelani Favors examined desegregation efforts in the South during the civil rights movement.

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  • World War II Clothes Rationing and Fashion Innovations
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    World War II Clothes Rationing and Fashion Innovations

    Poquoson High School, Virginia history teacher Becky Morrison and social studies teacher Irene Winchester gave an illustrated talk about World War II and clothes rationing. They explored…

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  • Extreme History of Bozeman Montana
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    Extreme History of Bozeman, Montana

    Crystal Alegria shared some of Bozeman’s lesser known history through the Extreme History Project including a a visit to the now defunct red light district.

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  • US Election Assistance Commission Meeting on Security
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    U.S. Election Assistance Commission Meeting on Security

    The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) held a meeting with state election directors, government representatives and international technology companies on election security and voting…

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  • emDistant Drummer A Movable Sceneem
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    Distant Drummer, A Movable Scene

    Narrated by actor Robert Mitchum, this documentary takes a sympathetic yet critical look at the late 1960s counterculture movement. With scenes in San Francisco, London, Nepal, Rome, and Istanbul, the film…

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  • emCommunists on Campusem
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    Communists on Campus

    Hosted by former U.S. Representative Walter Judd (R-Minnesota), this film takes a critical look at a July 1969 Revolutionary Conference held in Oakland, California, and other protests that Judd argues…

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  • After Words With Natalie Wexler
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    After Words With Natalie Wexler

    Journalist Natalie Wexler argued that the U.S. education system can be improved by expanding the curriculum of elementary school students in history, science, and the arts. She’s…

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  • In Depth with Lee Edwards
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    In Depth with Lee Edwards

    Lee Edwards talked about his books and took viewer questions. His books include The Conservative Revolution, Goldwater, and Just Right: A Life in Pursuit of Liberty.

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  • emThe Great Partnershipem
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    The Great Partnership

    U.S. Army War College history professor Christian Keller recounted the personal and professional relationship between Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.

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  • Cato Institute and Heritage Foundation Interns Debate Libertarianism Versus Conservatism
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    Debate on Libertarianism and Conservatism

    The Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation co-hosted a debate among their summer interns on two political philosophies, libertarianism and conservatism. The students debated several topics…

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  • Representative Tlaib at Health Care Town Hall
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    Representative Tlaib at Health Care Town Hall

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  • emTipping Pointsem
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    Tipping Points

    One America News Networks host Liz Wheeler offered her thoughts on how to debate the Left.

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