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  • After Words with Mitt Romney
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    After Words with Mitt Romney

    Former Governor Mitt Romney talked about his book No Apology: The Case for American Greatness (St. Martin’s Press; March 2, 2010). In his book he asserts that American strength is essential…

    660 views
  • Freedom to Serve Forum Panel 2
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    Freedom to Serve Forum, Panel 2

    Panelists spoke about the expanding role of women in all branches of the armed forces, from the time of the American Revolution to the present. Judith Hicks Stiehm showed pictures as she gave an overview of the history…

    156 views
  • The 14th Amendment and Race
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    The 14th Amendment and Race

    Civil rights scholars and leaders talked about the historical significance of the 14th Amendment and recent proposals to repeal it. They also responded to questions from the audience. This…

    995 views
  • Juan Williams on Writing
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    Juan Williams on Writing

    Author, and NPR and Fox News commentator, Juan Williams talked about his writing and research habits and gave a tour of his home in Washington, D.C. A five-minute portion of this interview was shown in…

    339 views
  • Centennial of Thurgood Marshall
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    Centennial of Thurgood Marshall

    A panel discussion was held to commemorate the July 2, 2008, centennial of the birth of Justice Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American appointed to the United States Supreme Court. Juan Williams…

    367 views
  • Presidential Power in Wartime
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    Presidential Power in Wartime

    A discussion was held on the expansion of executive power during a time of war. President Lincoln’s successors have raised much more controversy than he did as they have sought to expand presidential…

    820 views
  • Freedom to Serve Forum Panel 4
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    Freedom to Serve Forum, Panel 4

    Panelists spoke about discrimination against racial minorities, women, and gays, as well as ways in which it continues to effect the military. Arguments used in the 1940s to preserve racial segregation are the same arguments being advanced by some for keeping the…

    115 views
  • 2010 Elections
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    2010 Elections

    Juan Williams talked about race and politics, and the 2010 midterm elections. He also responded to telephone calls, electronic communication, and students at George Washington University,…

    48 views
  • Freedom to Serve Forum Keynote Address
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    Freedom to Serve Forum, Keynote Address

    Juan Williams talked about change in the military and President Truman’s pivotal role in changing the government from enforcing legal segregation and a secondary status for people of color to the side of…

    26 views
  • Freedom to Serve Forum Panel 3
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    Freedom to Serve Forum, Panel 3

    A panel discussion was held on the experiences with diversity in other armed forces, including the 27 countries that allow open service for gays and lesbians. Stuart O’Brien of the Royal Australian Navy and openly gay Israeli…

    186 views
  • Freedom to Serve Forum Panel 1
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    Freedom to Serve Forum, Panel 1

    A panel discussion was held on the argument that desegregation would impair military efficiency and unit cohesion and why President Truman chose to issuing an executive order desegregating the military. Opening remarks were…

    223 views
  • Justice Thomas on National Identity and Citizenship
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    Justice Thomas on National Identity and Citizenship

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas talked about national identity and American citizenship. This was the keynote address at the 2008-2009 “Being an American” Essay Contest Awards…

    645 views
  • Supreme Court 20082009 Term Review Panel 2
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    Supreme Court 2008-2009 Term Review, Panel 2

    Journalists spoke about the 2008 - 2009 Supreme Court term, focusing on cases involving campaign financing and political speech, as well as rulings on civil rights and election law. They…

    63 views
  • In Depth with Juan Williams
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    In Depth with Juan Williams

    Juan Williams talked about his life, work, and career. He discussed civil rights and race relations in the U.S., culminating in the election of President Barack Obama. He responded to telephone calls…

    1,146 views
  • Voting Rights
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    Voting Rights

    Juan Williams, journalist, author, and commentator, talked about how much racial politics have changed in the country since the death of Martin Luther King, Jr. Topics included voting rights and the election of President…

    175 views
  • Presidential Transition
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    Presidential Transition

    Juan Williams and Bret Baier, appearing at the University of the District of Columbia, talked about President-Elect Barack Obama’s presidential transition, and they responded to telephone…

    131 views
  • State of American Education
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    State of American Education

    National Education Summit

    248 views
  • Grassroots Organizations and Policy Agenda
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    Grassroots Organizations and Policy Agenda

    Community leaders held a forum to express their agenda for the new administration. Senior advisers to President-Elect Obama, who had pledged to sit down with grassroots leaders during his transition period if he were elected,…

    382 views