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  • emUpheavalem
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    Upheaval

    Jared Diamond discusses his book, “Upheaval: Turning Points for Nations in Crisis,” about how successful countries recover from crises.

  • Open Phones with Roxane Gay
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    Open Phones with Roxane Gay

    Author Roxane Gay took viewer phone calls about her book, Not That Bad: Dispatches from Rape Culture, This event took place at the 2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books.

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  • Senator Bernie Sanders Rally in Montpelier Vermont
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    Senator Bernie Sanders Rally in Montpelier, Vermont

    Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) held a rally at the State House in Montpelier, Vermont. He called for a U.S. economy based on justice, instead of greed and spoke about his support of a medicare-for-all…

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  • The Progressive Era
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    The Progressive Era

    Georgetown University professor Katherine Benton-Cohen taught a class on the Progressive Era. She talked about how politicians and reform groups in the early 20th century attempted to improve…

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  • Caucus Chair Jeffries and Intelligence Chair Schiff at CAP Ideas Conference
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    Caucus Chair Jeffries and Intelligence Chair Schiff at CAP Ideas Conference

    House Democratic Caucus Chair Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) and House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff (D-CA) spoke at the Center for American Progress' annual Ideas Conference in Washington, DC. Rep.…

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  • emLadies Wear the Blueem
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    Ladies Wear the Blue

    “Ladies Wear the Blue” is a U.S. Navy documentary and recruitment film tracing the history of women in the Navy from 1917 to 1974. It features an interview with World War I and World War II…

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  • emThe Unlikely Reformerem
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    The Unlikely Reformer

    Matthew Fink talked about the political career of former U.S. senator and Treasury secretary, Carter Glass, co-sponsor of the 1933 Banking Act (aka the "Glass-Steagall Act").

    25 views
  • Scott Pelley Remarks at National Press Club Luncheon
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    Scott Pelley Remarks at National Press Club Luncheon

    Scott Pelley, CBS “60 Minutes” correspondent, discussed his memoir, Truth Worth Telling, at a National Press Club luncheon. He talked about some of his concerns around American journalism…

    145 views
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    We Matter

    Etan Thomas, an activist, author, and former NBA player, talked about his book, We Matter: Athletes and Activism, on the influence of professional athletes on political and social change. At the…

    120 views
  • Edward Ayers on the Civil War
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    Edward Ayers on the Civil War

    Historian Edward Ayers analyzed the difference between history and memory and discussed the important role that scholarship plays in public history. He also examined how the American public…

    603 views
  • Communicators With Brendan Carr
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    Communicators With Brendan Carr

    FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr talked about 5G, internet security, the possible T-Mobile/Sprint merger, robocalls and more.

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  • Senator Debbie Stabenow Delivers Weekly Democratic Address
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    Weekly Democratic Address

    U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) delivered the weekly Democratic address on health care legislation.

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  • Roundtable on Theaters of War
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    Roundtable on Theaters of War

    William Kurtz of the University of Virginia talks about General William Rosecrans' career, reputation and his clashes with superiors such as General Ulysses S. Grant and Secretary of War Edwin…

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  • Discussion with Canadian Authors
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    Discussion with Canadian Authors

    Canadian authors Esi Edugyan ("Washington Black"), Sheila Heti ("Motherhood"), and André Alexis ("Days By Moonlight") talked about taking literary risks and breaking with conventional…

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  • Judiciary Committee Chair Our Subpoenas Are Not Optional
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    House Judiciary Committee Hearing

    The House Judiciary Committee called on former White House Counsel Don McGahn to testify on Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia and the Trump campaign, but the former counsel…

    5,700 views
  • Stacey Abrams and Representatives Davids and Porter at CAP Ideas Conference
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    Stacey Abrams and Representatives Davids and Porter at CAP Ideas Conference

    Stacey Abrams, former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate, spoke about voter suppression and voting rights at the Center for American Progress' Ideas Conference in Washington, DC.…

    37 views
  • NOAA and FEMA Announce 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook
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    2019 Atlantic Hurricane Outlook

    The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) held a press conference in Arlington, Virginia, to announce the 2019 hurricane season outlook. NOAA Acting Administrator Neil Jacobs said…

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  • Lincoln Assassination Attending Doctors
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    Lincoln Assassination Attending Doctors

    Retired infectious disease specialist Dr. Jon Willen talked about Charles Leale, the first doctor to treat the mortally wounded Abraham Lincoln after actor John Wilkes Booth shot him while he…

    48 views
  • District of Columbia and Race in the Early Republic
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    District of Columbia and Race in the Early Republic

    University of Maryland history professor George Derek Musgrove talked about race in the District of Columbia during the early Republic and antebellum period. Mr. Musgrove is the co-author of “Chocolate…

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  • Discussion on Slavery
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    Discussion on Slavery

    Stephanie Jones-Rogers ("They Were Her Property"), Caitlin Rosenthal ("Accounting for Slavery"), and David Blight ("Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom") talked about slavery and…

    64 views
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