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  • Clotilda Slave Ship Descendants Reunion
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    Clotilda Slave Ship Descendants' Reunion

    Descendants of the Clotilda, the last ship to bring slaves to North America, participated in a reunion called the “Spirit of Our Ancestors” festival in Africatown, near Mobile, Alabama.…

  • emThis is All I Gotem
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    This is All I Got

    Journalist Lauren Sandler reported on the rise in homelessness across America. This virtual event was hosted by the Institute for Public Knowledge at New York University.

  • Lincoln Project Founders on the Future of the GOP
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    Lincoln Project Founders on the Future of the GOP

    A group of conservatives and former Republicans formed a political action committee called “The Lincoln Project” late last year aimed at stopping the re-election of President Trump. Some of the group’s…

  • Senate Homeland Security Committee Approves BidenBurisma Subpoena Along Party Lines
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    Hearing on Biden-Burisma Subpoena

    The Senate Homeland Security Committee approved a subpoena for documents and deposition from Blue Star Strategies, a consulting firm that worked with Ukrainian gas company Burisma when Hunter…

  • Mobile Alabama African American Heritage Trail Part 1
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    Mobile, Alabama, African American Heritage Trail, Part 1

    American History TV joined tour guide Eric Finley to learn about the early history of Mobile, Alabama, and to visit Africatown, a National Historic Landmark neighborhood north of the city…

  • Washington Journal Michelle Boorstein on Faith and Religion During COVID19 Pandemic
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    Michelle Boorstein on Faith and Religion During COVID-19 Pandemic

    Michelle Boorstein spoke by phone about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Americans' faith and religious institutions.

  • Senator Marsha Blackburn on Memorial Day
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    Senator Marsha Blackburn on Memorial Day

    Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) came to the chamber floor to thank U.S. service members and gold star families for their sacrifices.

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    David Marwell, former director of the Museum of Jewish Heritage, recounted the life of Nazi war criminal Josef Mengele. This was a virtual event hosted by Labyrinth Books and Princeton…

  • Road to Berlin Part 1
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    Road to Berlin, Part 1

    Keith Huxen gave a tour of the National World War II Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana, and talked about the “Road to Berlin” exhibit. Beginning with the Allied invasion of North Africa,…

  • Senators on Coronavirus Impact on Memorial Day
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    Senators on Coronavirus' Impact on Memorial Day

    Senators spoke on the chamber floor about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Memorial Day gatherings. They also thanked those who have served their country.

  • Senate Hearing on Coronavirus Impact on Elderly
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    Senate Hearing on Coronavirus Impact on Elderly

    The Senate Aging Committee held a hearing to examine the impact of the coronavirus on the elderly and those living in long-term care centers. An expert with the University of Chicago who is…

  • emWonderful Worldem
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    Wonderful World

    This film funded by Coca-Cola takes a journey around the world celebrating cultures and tourist sites on six continents while also suggesting that people everywhere drink coke. This film from the…

  • emPelosiem
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    Time Magazine national political correspondent Molly Ball discussed the career of Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). This virtual event was sponsored by Politics and…

  • emDiscover Americaem
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    Discover America

    This United Airlines film narrated by actor Burgess Meredith takes a bird’s eye journey across the United States from the Atlantic to the Pacific. “Discover America” was also the name of a…

  • emTrump and Churchillem
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    Trump and Churchill

    Nick Adams, founder and president of the Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness, talked about what Donald Trump and Winston Churchill have in common.

  • Disinformation  Democracy Discussion at Computer History Museum
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    Disinformation & Democracy Discussion at Computer History Museum

    Former Facebook Chief Security Officer Alex Stamos discussed how the Russian government used social media to spread disinformation during the 2016 U.S. presidential election and what’s…

  • Washington Journal Joel Kotkin Discusses the Coronavirus Pandemics Impact on Work  Life
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    Joel Kotkin on COVID-19's Impact on Work and Life

    Chapman University’s Joel Kotkin discussed how urban centers in the United States could be affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

  • World War II M4 Sherman Tank
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    World War II M4 Sherman Tank

    Retired U.S. Army Colonel and living history hobbyist Alexander Kose explains the history of the M4 Sherman tank and demonstrates how it works. The most commonly used American tank in World…

  • Washington Journal Bakari Sellers Discusses His New Book My Vanishing Country
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    Bakari Sellers on My Vanishing Country

    Author and CNN political analyst Bakari Sellers talked about his book, My Vanishing Country: A Memoir, which tells the story of America’s black working class through his own life.

  • emNo Justice in the Shadowsem
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    No Justice in the Shadows

    NYU Immigrant Rights Clinic co-director Alina Das offered her thoughts on U.S. immigration policy. This virtual program was sponsored by Politics and Prose Bookstore.

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