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  • Panelists Discuss Influence of Politics on Race Relations
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    Politics and Race Relations

    Public policy and its impact on race relations in the U.S. was the focus of a New America panel discussion in Washington, DC.

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    Loaded

    Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz provided a critical history of the 2nd Amendment and argues that people of color have been the victims of America’s gun culture.

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  • African American Students and the First Amendment
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    African American Students and the First Amendment

    Harvard Law professor Randall Kennedy talked about the origins of first amendment rights for African American student protesters. He is author of the forthcoming book, From Protest to Law:…

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    Sellout

    Author and Liberty University professor Ron Miller talked about his book, Sellout: Musings from Uncle Tom’s Porch. In his book, he examines the role minority conservatives play in the discussion about…

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    Blood Brothers

    Deanne Stillman retraced the relationship between Buffalo Bill and Sitting Bull.

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  • Jerry Falwells Liberty University
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    Jerry Falwell's Liberty University

    Pastor Jerry Falwell founded Liberty University in his hometown of Lynchburg, Virginia, in 1971, after building a national following through Christian radio and television broadcasts. Jerry Falwell Jr. became…

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  • Dr Robert Johnson and Tennis Desegregation
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    Dr. Robert Johnson and Tennis Desegregation

    Dr. Robert Johnson hosted a tennis camp at his home in Lynchburg, Virginia, starting in the 1940s where he coached young African Americans including Althea Gibson and Arthur Ashe. Lange Johnson talked about his…

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  • Justice Ginsburg Reflects on 25 Years on the Supreme Court
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    Justice Ginsburg on 25 Years on the Supreme Court

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg talked about the #MeToo movement and other social movements over the last century. She was interviewed by National Constitution Center President…

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  • After Words with Patrisse KhanCullors
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    After Words with Patrisse Khan-Cullors

    Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Khan-Cullors discussed her life, activism, and the beginnings of the Black Lives Matter movement.

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  • 1968 Poor Peoples Campaign
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    1968 Poor People's Campaign

    The National Museum of African American History & Culture opened an exhibit looking at the 1968 “Poor People’s Campaign,” which Martin Luther King Jr. organized to shift the focus of the civil…

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  • AfricanAmerican Journalists Discuss Covering the Trump Administration
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    Covering the Trump Administration

    Several African-American women journalists, including April Ryan, Yamiche Alcindor, Nia-Malika Henderson and Darlene Superville, talked about their experiences covering the Trump…

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  • Pundits Discuss Combatting Sexual Harassment
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    Combating Sexual Harassment

    Activists and academics talked about the role men can play in the #MeToo Movement. The panelists also discussed ways women can engage men in conversation about changing behavior that leads…

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  • The Bible and the Founding of America Roundtable
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    The Bible and the Founding of America Roundtable

    Historians discussed the Bible and its influence on the founding of America at a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, DC.

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  • The Bible and the American Revolution
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    The Bible and the American Revolution

    Vanderbilt Divinity School professor James Byrd explored references to the Bible during the American Revolution. He spoke at a symposium on the Bible and its influence on the founding of…

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  • The Bible and the Founding of the American Constitutional Republic
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    The Bible and the Founding of the American Constitutional Republic

    American University public affairs professor Daniel Dreisbach talked about the Bible and the founding of the American constitutional republic. He was one of the speakers at a symposium on…

    180 views
  • Benjamin Franklins Faith
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    Benjamin Franklin's Faith

    Baylor University History professor Thomas Kidd talked about Ben Franklin’s faith. He was one of the speakers at a symposium hosted by the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C., which…

    487 views
  • Hillary Clinton Speaks About Women and Human Rights
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    Hillary Clinton on Women and Human Rights

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke at a Georgetown University event to honor three women working to advance human and women’s rights. Secretary Clinton spoke about the need and…

    1,492 views
  • April Ryan Moderates Forum on Race in America
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    Authors on Race in America

    April Ryan, author and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, moderated a panel discussion on race in America.

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  • Discussion on Green Bay Wisconsins Marian Apparition Site
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    Marian Apparition Site

    Michael Bie, author of It Happened in Wisconsin, a book about historical people and events in the state, talked about the only site in the United States recognized by the Catholic Church as a Marian…

    589 views
  • Arch Street Meeting House
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    Arch Street Meeting House

    Lynne Calamia gave a tour of the Arch Street Friends Meeting House in Philadelphia. It has been a location of religious worship since 1696, and the land for the meeting house was deeded by…

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