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  • CAIR Conference on Islamophobia
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    CAIR Conference on Islamophobia

    The Council on American-Islamic Relations hosted a conference about Islamophobia at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota. The conference began with remarks by Minnesota…

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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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  • Mayowood
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    Mayowood

    Visit the home of Charles Mayo, the younger of the two Mayo brothers who started the Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic Historic Properties Director Chuck Potter shared stories of the three generations of Mayos that…

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  • Washington Journal Stephanie Savell Discusses Americas Role in Global War Against Terrorism
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    Stephanie Savell on America's Role in Global War Against Terrorism

    Costs of War Project’s Stephanie Savell discussed her research into America’s expanding role in the global war against terrorism. This program is part of a “Washington Journal” series…

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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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  • George HW Bushs Former Aides
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    George H.W. Bush's Former Aides

    Three of George H.W. Bush’s former aides recalled their years with him -- before, during and after his time in the White House. This panel followed a conversation with James Baker, who…

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  • 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.

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

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    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…

  • Navajo Code Talker Samuel Sandoval Oral History Interview
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    Navajo Code Talker Samuel Sandoval Oral History Interview

    During World War II, the U.S. Marine Corps recruited Navajo Indians to create a code based on their unwritten language to help the military secretly communicate their operational plans. In a…

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  • emRepublic of Liesem
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    Republic of Lies

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

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  • George Colburn Interview on Navajo Code Talker Samuel Sandoval
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    George Colburn Interview on Navajo Code Talker Samuel Sandoval

    Filmmaker and historian George Colburn described the interviews he conducted with World War II veteran Samuel Sandoval for his documentary “Navajo Code Talkers: Journey of Remembrance.”…

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  • Investigative Reporting
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    Investigative Reporting

    Harvard University’s Shorenstein Center hosted a panel of journalists who were finalists for the annual Goldsmith Prize for investigative reporting. The panelists broke stories over the previous…

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  • Eisenhowers Legacy and DDay
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    Eisenhower's Legacy and D-Day

    The 75th anniversary of Operation Overlord is in 2019. It was on June 6, 1944 when Allied troops stormed the beaches of Normandy, France. In this program, a panel of World War II historians and Dwight…

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  • emInfluenzaem
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    Influenza

    The National Institute of Health’s Jeremy Brown talked about his book, Influenza: The Hundred Year Hunt to Cure the Deadliest Disease in History , the 1918 flu pandemic that killed between…

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  • History of Medicine Library
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    History of Medicine Library

    Located in the Plummer Building at the Mayo Clinic, the History of Medicine library houses numerous volumes of medical texts on topics such as cardiology and immunology. Library Coordinator Hilary Lane gave…

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  • Driving Tour of Mayowood Mansion
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    Driving Tour of Mayowood Mansion

    Tour the city of Rochester, Minnesota, in a trolley. Tour guide Dan Butterfass took our cameras through the area where historic Mayowood Mansion is located. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made…

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  • emIf You Leave This Farmem
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    If You Leave This Farm

    Amanda Farmer was raised in a Mennonite household on a farm in Minnesota. In her book, If You Leave This Farm, she recounted her desire to leave home to become a nurse including the reaction of her family to…

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  • emThe Political World of Bob Dylanem
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    The Political World of Bob Dylan

    In his book, The Political World of Bob Dylan, Chad Israelson addressed some of the misconceptions about Bob Dylan’s political views and how the singer has dealt with them over the years. C-SPAN’s…

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  • Driving Tour of Assisi Heights
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    Driving Tour of Assisi Heights

    Tour the city of Rochester, Minnesota, in a trolley. Tour guide Dan Butterfass took our cameras through Assisi Heights, home of the Sisters of St. Francis. C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a…

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