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Open Phones

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7:00:03 AM - 7:48:28 AM
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7:00:03 AM - 7:48:28 AM

Open Phones

Call-In

Telephone lines were open for comments on the question, “What is America’s place in the world?”

0 hours, 48 minutes | 173 Views

Health Care Tests and Treatments

LIVE

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7:50:50 AM - 8:33:32 AM
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7:50:50 AM - 8:33:32 AM

Health Care Tests and Treatments

Call-In

Dr. John Santa talked about a new study that found many health care tests and treatments are often not necessary. The report was conducted by a coalition of groups representing more nearly 375,000 physicians. Dr. Santa also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
C-SPAN Radio’s Nancy Calo read news headlines at the end of the program.

0 hours, 42 minutes | 260 Views

Integrity in State Government

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8:34:44 AM - 9:15:02 AM
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8:34:44 AM - 9:15:02 AM

Integrity in State Government

Call-In

Bill Buzenberg talked about the Center for Public Integrity’s recently released “State Integrity Report” which ranked all 50 states in 14 categories, and he responded to telephone callls and electronic communications. Some of the categories included campaign finance, internal auditing, lobbying disclosure, and access to information to assess which are the most and least corrupt state governments.

0 hours, 40 minutes | 1,094 Views

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

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9:15:06 AM - 9:19:26 AM
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9:15:06 AM - 9:19:26 AM

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

Interview

Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s were interviewed about their video, Due Process in the Digital Age. The film was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 209 Views

Federal Disability Payments

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9:19:31 AM - 9:59:46 AM
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9:19:31 AM - 9:59:46 AM

Federal Disability Payments

Call-In

Damian Paletta talked about the cost of the federally based disability payments and who qualifies to receive them. Other topics included the history and evolution of the program and when the Congressional Budget Offices estimates the trust fund for disability payments will expire. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
This program was part of C-SPAN’s “Your Money” series. Each Monday morning the last hour of “Washington Journal” is devoted to a federal program, focusing on its mission, participants, and cost.

0 hours, 40 minutes | 455 Views

Olli Heinonen on Iran's Nuclear Program

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10:01:59 AM - 10:47:46 AM
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10:01:59 AM - 10:47:46 AM

Olli Heinonen on Iran's Nuclear Program

Public Affairs Event

Olli Heinonen talked about the status of Iran’s nuclear program. Among the topics he addressed were the risks of nuclear proliferation, the international response to Iranian nuclear development, and the work of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). He responded to questions from the audience.

0 hours, 45 minutes | 261 Views

Latino Vote and the 2012 Elections

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10:48:11 AM - 11:59:23 AM
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10:48:11 AM - 11:59:23 AM

Latino Vote and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about the role of Latino voters in the 2012 elections. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Jose Diaz-Balart moderated.
“The Latino Vote” was the second panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 11 minutes | 392 Views

Immigration and the 2012 Elections

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11:59:23 AM - 1:12:53 PM
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11:59:23 AM - 1:12:53 PM

Immigration and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about American identity, immigration, race relations, and the effect on politics. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Juan Williams moderated. 
“The New American Identity” was the third panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 13 minutes | 458 Views

Race and National Politics

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1:12:53 PM - 2:15:09 PM
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1:12:53 PM - 2:15:09 PM

Race and National Politics

Public Affairs Event

Juan Williams moderated a discussion on the role race might play in the 2012 elections. Panelists agreed that race would be a factor. Topics included the Arizona immigration law, the Asian voting bloc, President Obama’s standing among white voters, and the Republican Party strategy in the 2012 election and in recent elections. Karen Narasaki in her remarks said that the Republican Party strategy appears to assume that they will not get minority votes and will therefore make voting more difficult for minorities, citing the spate of recent voter identification laws as proof.
“Political Factors” was the first panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 2 minutes | 831 Views

Education, Race, and the Achievement Gap

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2:15:36 PM - 3:25:16 PM
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2:15:36 PM - 3:25:16 PM

Education, Race, and the Achievement Gap

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about education and how race affects Latino, African-American, and Asian students. Topics included unequal opportunity, college preparation, teacher quality, and customizing teaching methods to fit student needs. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Jose Diaz-Balart moderated.
“Education” was the fourth panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 9 minutes | 659 Views

News Media Coverage of Racial Issues

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3:25:16 PM - 4:20:34 PM
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3:25:16 PM - 4:20:34 PM

News Media Coverage of Racial Issues

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about the treatment of race by the news media and combating stereotypes. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Juan Williams moderated. Charlie Firestone then made closing remarks for the day-long symposium.
“News Media” was the fifth panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 444 Views

Due Process in the Digital Age

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4:21:42 PM - 4:28:31 PM
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4:21:42 PM - 4:28:31 PM

Due Process in the Digital Age

Vignette

Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s video, Due Process in the Digital Age, was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 6 minutes | 164 Views

Homelessness Among Veterans

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4:30:59 PM - 6:17:19 PM
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4:30:59 PM - 6:17:19 PM

Homelessness Among Veterans

Senate Committee

Witnesses testified on the progress of the Veterans Administration’s 5-year plan to end homelessness among veterans, particularly female veterans.

1 hours, 46 minutes | 392 Views

Annual Easter Egg Roll

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6:18:33 PM - 6:28:08 PM
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6:18:33 PM - 6:28:08 PM

Annual Easter Egg Roll

White House Event

The Obama family welcomed thousands of children to the White House for the annual Easter egg roll. Rachel Crow sang the national anthem.

0 hours, 9 minutes | 256 Views

White House Daily Briefing

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6:28:13 PM - 7:15:02 PM
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6:28:13 PM - 7:15:02 PM

White House Daily Briefing

White House Event

Jay Carney briefed reporters and answered questions. In his remarks he said that the Obama administration viewed North Korea’s potential missile launch as a “provocative act” that would make it impossible for U.S. to provide nutritional assistance for the country in the future. Other topics included political unrest and violence in Syria and Iran’s nuclear program.

0 hours, 46 minutes | 254 Views

Federal Disability Payments

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7:16:22 PM - 7:55:59 PM
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7:16:22 PM - 7:55:59 PM

Federal Disability Payments

Call-In

Damian Paletta talked about the cost of the federally based disability payments and who qualifies to receive them. Other topics included the history and evolution of the program and when the Congressional Budget Offices estimates the trust fund for disability payments will expire. He also responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.
This program was part of C-SPAN’s “Your Money” series. Each Monday morning the last hour of “Washington Journal” is devoted to a federal program, focusing on its mission, participants, and cost.

0 hours, 39 minutes | 455 Views

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

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7:56:04 PM - 8:00:22 PM
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7:56:04 PM - 8:00:22 PM

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

Interview

Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s were interviewed about their video, Due Process in the Digital Age. The film was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 209 Views

Women, Children and Poverty in America

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8:01:32 PM - 10:02:10 PM
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8:01:32 PM - 10:02:10 PM

Women, Children and Poverty in America

Public Affairs Event

Tavis Smiley moderated a forum on women, children and poverty in the U.S. Speakers included CNBC’s Suze Orman, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, Pulitzer Prize winning author Sheryl WuDun. and Sioux Tribe President Cecelia Fire Thunder. They talked about short- and long-term solutions to combat poverty, as well as education, violence against women, voting rights, and reproductive rights.

2 hours, 0 minutes | 1,069 Views

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

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10:02:16 PM - 10:06:34 PM
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10:02:16 PM - 10:06:34 PM

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

Interview

Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s were interviewed about their video, Due Process in the Digital Age. The film was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 209 Views

Race and National Politics

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10:07:45 PM - 11:10:03 PM
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10:07:45 PM - 11:10:03 PM

Race and National Politics

Public Affairs Event

Juan Williams moderated a discussion on the role race might play in the 2012 elections. Panelists agreed that race would be a factor. Topics included the Arizona immigration law, the Asian voting bloc, President Obama’s standing among white voters, and the Republican Party strategy in the 2012 election and in recent elections. Karen Narasaki in her remarks said that the Republican Party strategy appears to assume that they will not get minority votes and will therefore make voting more difficult for minorities, citing the spate of recent voter identification laws as proof.
“Political Factors” was the first panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 2 minutes | 831 Views

Due Process in the Digital Age

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11:10:03 PM - 11:17:04 PM
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11:10:03 PM - 11:17:04 PM

Due Process in the Digital Age

Vignette

Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s video, Due Process in the Digital Age, was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 7 minutes | 164 Views

Immigration and the 2012 Elections

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11:18:17 PM - 12:29:59 AM
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11:18:17 PM - 12:29:59 AM

Immigration and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about American identity, immigration, race relations, and the effect on politics. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Juan Williams moderated. 
“The New American Identity” was the third panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 11 minutes | 458 Views

Women, Children and Poverty in America

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12:31:43 AM - 2:32:18 AM
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12:31:43 AM - 2:32:18 AM

Women, Children and Poverty in America

Public Affairs Event

Tavis Smiley moderated a forum on women, children and poverty in the U.S. Speakers included CNBC’s Suze Orman, Labor Secretary Hilda Solis, Pulitzer Prize winning author Sheryl WuDun. and Sioux Tribe President Cecelia Fire Thunder. They talked about short- and long-term solutions to combat poverty, as well as education, violence against women, voting rights, and reproductive rights.

2 hours, 0 minutes | 1,069 Views

Race and National Politics

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2:34:27 AM - 3:36:45 AM
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2:34:27 AM - 3:36:45 AM

Race and National Politics

Public Affairs Event

Juan Williams moderated a discussion on the role race might play in the 2012 elections. Panelists agreed that race would be a factor. Topics included the Arizona immigration law, the Asian voting bloc, President Obama’s standing among white voters, and the Republican Party strategy in the 2012 election and in recent elections. Karen Narasaki in her remarks said that the Republican Party strategy appears to assume that they will not get minority votes and will therefore make voting more difficult for minorities, citing the spate of recent voter identification laws as proof.
“Political Factors” was the first panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 2 minutes | 831 Views

Immigration and the 2012 Elections

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3:37:47 AM - 4:49:29 AM
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3:37:47 AM - 4:49:29 AM

Immigration and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about American identity, immigration, race relations, and the effect on politics. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Juan Williams moderated. 
“The New American Identity” was the third panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 11 minutes | 458 Views

Olli Heinonen on Iran's Nuclear Program

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4:50:46 AM - 5:41:10 AM
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4:50:46 AM - 5:41:10 AM

Olli Heinonen on Iran's Nuclear Program

Public Affairs Event

Olli Heinonen talked about the status of Iran’s nuclear program. Among the topics he addressed were the risks of nuclear proliferation, the international response to Iranian nuclear development, and the work of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). He responded to questions from the audience.

0 hours, 50 minutes | 261 Views

Latino Vote and the 2012 Elections

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5:43:53 AM - 6:50:31 AM
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5:43:53 AM - 6:50:31 AM

Latino Vote and the 2012 Elections

Public Affairs Event

Panelists talked about the role of Latino voters in the 2012 elections. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Jose Diaz-Balart moderated.
“The Latino Vote” was the second panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 6 minutes | 392 Views

The Constitution and You

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6:50:31 AM - 6:58:38 AM
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6:50:31 AM - 6:58:38 AM

The Constitution and You

Vignette

Lauren Braun’s video, The Constitution and You, was one of the third prize high school winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. She is a senior at Edward S. Marcus High School in Flower Mound, Texas.
The local cable company was Time Warner.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 8 minutes | 97 Views

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7:01:11 AM - 7:59:36 AM

Book Discussion on All In: The Education of General Petraeus

Public Affairs Event

Former Army officer Paula Broadwell talked about David Petraeus' military career and his impact on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. General Petraeus gave her access to himself and his team for the book. She was joined by her co-author Vernon Loeb in responding to questions from members of the audience at Politics and Prose in Washington, D.C.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 10,331 Views

Google Privacy

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8:00:28 AM - 8:30:01 AM
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8:00:28 AM - 8:30:01 AM

Google Privacy

Interview

Marc Rotenberg talked about Google’s new privacy policy, which allows the company to share all of the personal data it has from more than 1 billion users across all of its services. Attorneys general in 32 states have called the policy an invasion of privacy and the EU has said the policy may violate European law. Mr. Rotenberg’s Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) sued the Federal Trade Commission to stop the new privacy policy. A federal court dismissed the lawsuit, but the case is being appealed.

0 hours, 29 minutes | 694 Views

Online Digitalized Records of the 1940 Census

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8:32:27 AM - 9:00:21 AM
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8:32:27 AM - 9:00:21 AM

Online Digitalized Records of the 1940 Census

Public Affairs Event

The National Archives held a ceremony to mark the release of an online database with detailed, individual information on more than 15 million Americans who filled out a 1940 census. Panelists talked about the significance of the 1940 Census and the impact of the Great Depression on the era. They also responded to questions from the audience.

0 hours, 27 minutes | 110 Views

State of Race in America

LIVE

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9:00:25 AM - 9:28:43 AM
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9:00:25 AM - 9:28:43 AM

State of Race in America

Public Affairs Event

Charlie Firestone and David Cohen made welcoming remarks at the opening session of the Aspen Institute’s conference on the state of race in the United States. Professor James Jackson then talked about racial demographics and gave statistics on minorities living in the United States.
The Symposium on the State of Race in America was held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

0 hours, 28 minutes | 863 Views

Race and National Politics

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9:28:43 AM - 10:33:22 AM
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9:28:43 AM - 10:33:22 AM

Race and National Politics

Public Affairs Event

Juan Williams moderated a discussion on the role race might play in the 2012 elections. Panelists agreed that race would be a factor. Topics included the Arizona immigration law, the Asian voting bloc, President Obama’s standing among white voters, and the Republican Party strategy in the 2012 election and in recent elections. Karen Narasaki in her remarks said that the Republican Party strategy appears to assume that they will not get minority votes and will therefore make voting more difficult for minorities, citing the spate of recent voter identification laws as proof.
“Political Factors” was the first panel of the Symposium on the State of Race in America held at the Newseum by the Aspen Institute Communications and Society Program in association with Comcast Corporation.

1 hours, 4 minutes | 831 Views

Hydraulic Fracturing

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10:36:06 AM - 11:45:09 AM
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10:36:06 AM - 11:45:09 AM

Hydraulic Fracturing

Public Affairs Event

Scientists spoke about the process of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, which involves extracting natural gas and oil from rock deposits deep underground. Among the topics thy addressed were safety concerns, environmental impact, the scope of fracking in the industry, and the science of the process. They also noted that the process was linked to recent earthquakes in Ohio and elsewhere, as well as the circumstances that can lead to natural gas leaking into people’s drinking water. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 9 minutes | 935 Views

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

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11:46:57 AM - 11:51:09 AM
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11:46:57 AM - 11:51:09 AM

Simon Yeo StudentCam Interview

Interview

Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s were interviewed about their video, Due Process in the Digital Age. The film was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 209 Views

Arab Political Transition and Economic Challenges

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11:51:09 AM - 1:31:57 PM
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11:51:09 AM - 1:31:57 PM

Arab Political Transition and Economic Challenges

Public Affairs Event

Business leaders from Tunisia and Egypt outlined economic plans for the two nations to move forward in the aftermath of the “Arab Spring” uprisings of 2011. They also responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 40 minutes | 297 Views

Update on Redistricting

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1:32:14 PM - 1:36:40 PM
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1:32:14 PM - 1:36:40 PM

Update on Redistricting

Interview

Morgan Cullen was interviewed by phone about the U.S. census and the redistricting process.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 64 Views

Redistricting and Election Laws

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1:36:41 PM - 2:49:04 PM
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1:36:41 PM - 2:49:04 PM

Redistricting and Election Laws

Public Affairs Event

Law professors Pamela Karlan and Nathaniel Persily talked about redistricting issues in the next decade. Topics included past, current, and potential court cases around the country. They answered questions following their discussion.

1 hours, 12 minutes | 215 Views

Redistricting and Changing Demographics

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2:49:36 PM - 4:15:30 PM
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2:49:36 PM - 4:15:30 PM

Redistricting and Changing Demographics

Public Affairs Event

Political scientists, authors, and professors talked about demographics and voting rights. Topics included pending state voter identification laws and 2012 ballot measures. They responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 25 minutes | 232 Views

Redistricting Commissions

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4:15:36 PM - 4:20:20 PM
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4:15:36 PM - 4:20:20 PM

Redistricting Commissions

Interview

Morgan Cullen talked by phone about states' redistricting processes.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 95 Views

Redistricting Commissions

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4:20:21 PM - 5:12:57 PM
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4:20:21 PM - 5:12:57 PM

Redistricting Commissions

Public Affairs Event

Angelo Ancheta made the keynote speech at a conference on redistricting. He focused on the 2008 California law that created citizens redistricting commission, the establishment and early work of the commission, and the process following the 2010 Census.

0 hours, 52 minutes | 109 Views

Update on Redistricting

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5:13:03 PM - 5:17:23 PM
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5:13:03 PM - 5:17:23 PM

Update on Redistricting

Interview

Morgan Cullen was interviewed by phone about the U.S. census and the redistricting process.

0 hours, 4 minutes | 64 Views

Redistricting and Voting Rights

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5:17:29 PM - 6:51:14 PM
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5:17:29 PM - 6:51:14 PM

Redistricting and Voting Rights

Public Affairs Event

Redistricting, Partisanship, and the Future of the Voting Rights Act
Ellen Katz , Professor, Michigan Law School ( Democrats at DOJ: Why Partisan Use of the Voting Rights Act Might Not Be So Bad After All )
Nina Perales , Director of Litigation, Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Abigail Thernstrom , Commissioner, U.S. Civil Rights Commission ( The Voting Rights Act in a Racially Transformed America
Moderator: Pamela Karlan , Professor, Stanford Law School
3:15 PM - 4:45 PM | Assessing Redistricting Reform in California and Beyond
Angelo Ancheta , Commissioner, California Citizens Redistricting Commission
Heather Gerken , Professor, Yale Law School
Michael Kang , Professor, Emory Law School
Nicholas Stephanopolous , Lecturer, Columbia Law School ( Communities and the Commission )
Moderator: Nathaniel Persily , Professor, Columbia Law School
9a - 4:45p PT Sanford Law

1 hours, 33 minutes | 555 Views

Due Process in the Digital Age

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6:53:27 PM - 7:00:16 PM
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6:53:27 PM - 7:00:16 PM

Due Process in the Digital Age

Vignette

Simon Yeo and Tucker Hemphill’s video, Due Process in the Digital Age, was one of the middle school section third prize winners in C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam documentary contest. They are eighth graders at the Lab School of Washington, D.C.
The local cable company was Comcast.
C-SPAN Classroom’s StudentCam video documentary contest was a national competition in which middle and high school students produced a documentary focusing on the significance of any provision of the U.S. Constitution.

0 hours, 6 minutes | 164 Views

Q&A with Carl Colby

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7:00:27 PM - 7:59:33 PM
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7:00:27 PM - 7:59:33 PM

Q&A with Carl Colby

Q&A

Carl Colby discussed his latest documentary film, The Man Nobody Knew: In Search of My Father, CIA Spymaster William Colby. The film examines the personal and professional life of former Central Intelligence Agency Director William Colby. He detailed the actual production of the film, which he narrated, and the choice of his mother, Barbara Colby, as one of his primary interview sources. He talked about his father’s life in espionage, the Vietnam War, the assassination of the South Vietnamese president in 1963, and about coming to terms with people referring to his father as a “murderer” for his actions in Vietnam on behalf of the government. William Colby was fired after two and one half years as CIA director after revealing to Congress some of the CIA’s darkest secrets about extra-legal operations. Carl Colby discussed the death of his father died in 1996. Video clips shown included some from C-SPAN, a news report, and several from the film.

0 hours, 59 minutes | 1,708 Views

Google Privacy

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8:00:57 PM - 8:30:30 PM
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8:00:57 PM - 8:30:30 PM

Google Privacy

Interview

Marc Rotenberg talked about Google’s new privacy policy, which allows the company to share all of the personal data it has from more than 1 billion users across all of its services. Attorneys general in 32 states have called the policy an invasion of privacy and the EU has said the policy may violate European law. Mr. Rotenberg’s Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) sued the Federal Trade Commission to stop the new privacy policy. A federal court dismissed the lawsuit, but the case is being appealed.

0 hours, 29 minutes | 694 Views

Book Discussion on December 1941

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8:32:10 PM - 9:22:47 PM
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8:32:10 PM - 9:22:47 PM

Book Discussion on December 1941

Public Affairs Event

Craig Shirley presented a history of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In his book the author details the bombing and the subsequent reaction by the American government, military, and public as they entered into World War II. He was interviewed by Mr. Hilboldt and responded to questions from members of the audience.

0 hours, 50 minutes | 1,458 Views

Book Discussion on Pearl Harbor Christmas

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9:24:09 PM - 10:17:53 PM
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9:24:09 PM - 10:17:53 PM

Book Discussion on Pearl Harbor Christmas

Public Affairs Event

Historian Stanley Weintraub recounts the Christmas holiday of 1941, two weeks after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. Mr. Weintraub examines America’s entry into World War II and the populace’s new, wartime reality. He also recalls Winston Churchill’s visit to the White House on December 22, 1941, where President Roosevelt and Churchill lit the White House Christmas tree and discussed their alliance and strategy for the War. Stanley Weintraub responded to questions from members of the audience at Chester County Book and Music Company in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

0 hours, 53 minutes | 763 Views

Book Discussion on FDR Goes to War

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10:18:56 PM - 11:17:54 PM
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10:18:56 PM - 11:17:54 PM

Book Discussion on FDR Goes to War

Public Affairs Event

Burton and Anita Folsom contend that President Franklin D. Roosevelt used World War II to promote his own agenda, which according to the authors, included the expansion of the executive branch, curtailed civil liberties, and excessive spending. The authors also argue that the president’s funding of the New Deal was subsidized by cuts in defense that left the country ill-prepared for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the subsequent U.S.entry into World War II. The authors responded to questions from members of the audience.
This Cato Institute Book Forum was held at the Undercroft Auditorium in Mount Vernon Place.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 1,031 Views

Global Nuclear Security

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11:19:29 PM - 12:24:21 AM
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Global Nuclear Security

News Conference

Foreign policy and nuclear proliferation specialists talked about the nuclear threats the U.S. faces around the world. Topics included the recent nuclear summit in Seoul, South Korea and Obama administration efforts. Robert Gallucci said the U.S. is on “borrowed time” in describing the various ways terrorists can get access to enough fissile material to make a nuclear device.

1 hours, 4 minutes | 488 Views

Olli Heinonen on Iran's Nuclear Program

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12:25:26 AM - 1:15:57 AM
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Olli Heinonen on Iran's Nuclear Program

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Olli Heinonen talked about the status of Iran’s nuclear program. Among the topics he addressed were the risks of nuclear proliferation, the international response to Iranian nuclear development, and the work of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). He responded to questions from the audience.

0 hours, 50 minutes | 261 Views

Book Discussion on December 1941

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1:17:30 AM - 2:08:07 AM
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Book Discussion on December 1941

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Craig Shirley presented a history of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In his book the author details the bombing and the subsequent reaction by the American government, military, and public as they entered into World War II. He was interviewed by Mr. Hilboldt and responded to questions from members of the audience.

0 hours, 50 minutes | 1,458 Views

Book Discussion on Pearl Harbor Christmas

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2:09:06 AM - 3:02:50 AM
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Book Discussion on Pearl Harbor Christmas

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Historian Stanley Weintraub recounts the Christmas holiday of 1941, two weeks after the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor. Mr. Weintraub examines America’s entry into World War II and the populace’s new, wartime reality. He also recalls Winston Churchill’s visit to the White House on December 22, 1941, where President Roosevelt and Churchill lit the White House Christmas tree and discussed their alliance and strategy for the War. Stanley Weintraub responded to questions from members of the audience at Chester County Book and Music Company in West Chester, Pennsylvania.

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Book Discussion on FDR Goes to War

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3:04:46 AM - 4:03:44 AM
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Book Discussion on FDR Goes to War

Public Affairs Event

Burton and Anita Folsom contend that President Franklin D. Roosevelt used World War II to promote his own agenda, which according to the authors, included the expansion of the executive branch, curtailed civil liberties, and excessive spending. The authors also argue that the president’s funding of the New Deal was subsidized by cuts in defense that left the country ill-prepared for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the subsequent U.S.entry into World War II. The authors responded to questions from members of the audience.
This Cato Institute Book Forum was held at the Undercroft Auditorium in Mount Vernon Place.

0 hours, 58 minutes | 1,031 Views

Afghanistan Security and Neighboring Countries

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4:05:47 AM - 5:36:07 AM
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Afghanistan Security and Neighboring Countries

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Panelists talked about the 2014 security transition in Afghanistan, and the role of neighboring countries Pakistan and Iran.

1 hours, 30 minutes | 171 Views

Global Nuclear Security

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5:36:47 AM - 6:41:39 AM
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Global Nuclear Security

News Conference

Foreign policy and nuclear proliferation specialists talked about the nuclear threats the U.S. faces around the world. Topics included the recent nuclear summit in Seoul, South Korea and Obama administration efforts. Robert Gallucci said the U.S. is on “borrowed time” in describing the various ways terrorists can get access to enough fissile material to make a nuclear device.

1 hours, 4 minutes | 488 Views

Book Discussion on December 1941

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6:43:50 AM - 7:34:27 AM

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Book Discussion on December 1941

Public Affairs Event

Craig Shirley presented a history of the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. In his book the author details the bombing and the subsequent reaction by the American government, military, and public as they entered into World War II. He was interviewed by Mr. Hilboldt and responded to questions from members of the audience.

0 hours, 50 minutes | 1,458 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

In Progress

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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

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Coming up is a program on African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear about the rise of a free black family residing near President’s Park and about first lady Lou Henry Hoover’s invitation to Jessie De Priest, the wife of United States Congressman Oscar De Priest, to a White House Tea Party.
It was the first time an African American was a guest at the White House since Teddy Roosevelt hosted Booker T. Washington nearly thirty years earlier.

1 hours, 10 minutes | 434 Views

General Douglas MacArthur

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General Douglas MacArthur

Vignette

Go to the place where General Douglas MacArthur was born to learn about his family’s background, his birth in this building in Arkansas, an exhibit here on his firing by President Truman, and an address to the people of Little Rock on a return trip to his birthplace later in his career. 
C-SPAN’s Local Content Vehicles (LCVs) made a stop in their “2012 LCV Cities Tour” in Little Rock, Arkansas, on March 5-8 to feature the history and literary life of the community. Working with the Comcast local cable affiliate, they visited literary and historic sites where local historians, authors, and civic leaders were interviewed. The history segments air on American History TV (AHTV) on C-SPAN3 and the literary events/non-fiction author segments air on BookTV on C-SPAN2.

0 hours, 8 minutes | 254 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 4

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7:17:05 AM - 8:00:04 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 4

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This program explores African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
Next is a discussion with descendants of the De Priest, Wormley, Syphax, and Jennings families.
This is forty minutes.

0 hours, 42 minutes | 339 Views

Political Transition and New Constitution

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8:00:23 AM - 9:29:26 AM
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Political Transition and New Constitution

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Panelists talked about the political process, forming governments, and drafting new national constitutions in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya following political uprisings that occurred in the “Arab Spring” of 2011. Among the topics they addressed were political activity since the fall of their previous governments, the democratic intentions of the revolutionary movements, and process of drafting a constitution. Following their remarks, they answered questions from audience members.

1 hours, 29 minutes | 409 Views

Arab Political Transition and Economic Challenges

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9:31:06 AM - 11:11:54 AM
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Arab Political Transition and Economic Challenges

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Business leaders from Tunisia and Egypt outlined economic plans for the two nations to move forward in the aftermath of the “Arab Spring” uprisings of 2011. They also responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 40 minutes | 297 Views

Transportation Security Administration Oversight

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11:12:58 AM - 1:10:40 PM
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Transportation Security Administration Oversight

House Committee

Witnesses testified on the Transportation Security Administration’s use of body scanners at airports and other programs designed to make air transportation safe and secure.

1 hours, 57 minutes | 552 Views

Firearms for Airline Flight Crews

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1:12:10 PM - 2:35:44 PM
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Firearms for Airline Flight Crews

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Representative Chip Cravaack (R-MN), a retired commercial airline pilot, made an emotional appeal for preserving the federal program that trains and arms airline flight crews. The program was implemented after ther terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Afterward, pilots talked about the Obama administration’s plan to cut funding in half for the program. All of the speakers spoke in favor of retaining the program.

1 hours, 23 minutes | 199 Views

Importance of Public Service

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2:37:55 PM - 4:25:08 PM
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Importance of Public Service

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Former President Bill Clinton moderated a discussion with activists who talk about their service activities and what motivates them in trying to make a difference. Speakers included recording artist Usher; former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright who spoke about her efforts in a post-governmental role; and others who co-founded their own organizations to help people living in underdeveloped countries. Usher led the audience in singing “The Greatest Love of All.”

1 hours, 47 minutes | 873 Views

U.S.-European Union Trade Negotiations

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U.S.-European Union Trade Negotiations

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Michael Punke talked about U.S.and European Union trade negotiations, Russia’s participation in the World Trade Organization, and U.S. global trade interests. Following his remarks he answered questions from the audience.

0 hours, 35 minutes | 112 Views

Women and the 2012 Elections

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Women and the 2012 Elections

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Panelists talked about the get-out-the-vote efforts and election issues close to women in 2012. Among the topics they addressed were the issue of reproductive rights in the presidential campaign, and other social issues. They also responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 4 minutes | 304 Views

Social Security Disability Insurance

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Social Security Disability Insurance

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Social Security Administration Chief Actuary Stephen Goss and various interest groups representing the disabled talked about the reasons behind increase in the number of applications for Social Security disability insurance have increased in recent years. They also responded to questions from the audience.

1 hours, 45 minutes | 705 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1

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8:00:27 PM - 9:09:21 PM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African American work and life in Washington, DC - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Lonnie Bunch, director of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture -- and from George Mason history professor Spencer Crew who explores the lives of free blacks in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Katherine Malone-France of the National Trust for Historic Preservation ends this program with a discussion about the slave quarters at Decatur House just across the street from the White House. 
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.

1 hours, 8 minutes | 453 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 2

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9:10:21 PM - 10:05:31 PM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 2

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Coming up is a program on African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Alexandra Lane, Rights and Reproductions Coordinator for the White House Historical Association about the Gadsby family and slave trading in D.C. We also hear from Elizabeth Dowling Taylor, author of A Slave in the White House: Paul Jennings and the Madisons.
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 323 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

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10:06:50 PM - 11:17:23 PM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear about the rise of a free black family residing near President’s Park and about first lady Lou Henry Hoover’s invitation to Jessie De Priest, the wife of United States Congressman Oscar De Priest, to a White House Tea Party.
It was the first time an African American was a guest at the White House since Teddy Roosevelt hosted Booker T. Washington nearly thirty years earlier.

1 hours, 10 minutes | 434 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 4

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11:18:20 PM - 12:01:19 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 4

Public Affairs Event

This program explores African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
Next is a discussion with descendants of the De Priest, Wormley, Syphax, and Jennings families.
This is forty minutes.

0 hours, 42 minutes | 339 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1

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12:03:15 AM - 1:12:09 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African American work and life in Washington, DC - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Lonnie Bunch, director of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture -- and from George Mason history professor Spencer Crew who explores the lives of free blacks in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Katherine Malone-France of the National Trust for Historic Preservation ends this program with a discussion about the slave quarters at Decatur House just across the street from the White House. 
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.

1 hours, 8 minutes | 453 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 2

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1:13:09 AM - 2:08:19 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 2

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Alexandra Lane, Rights and Reproductions Coordinator for the White House Historical Association about the Gadsby family and slave trading in D.C. We also hear from Elizabeth Dowling Taylor, author of A Slave in the White House: Paul Jennings and the Madisons.
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 323 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

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2:09:38 AM - 3:20:11 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear about the rise of a free black family residing near President’s Park and about first lady Lou Henry Hoover’s invitation to Jessie De Priest, the wife of United States Congressman Oscar De Priest, to a White House Tea Party.
It was the first time an African American was a guest at the White House since Teddy Roosevelt hosted Booker T. Washington nearly thirty years earlier.

1 hours, 10 minutes | 434 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 4

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3:21:08 AM - 4:04:07 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 4

Public Affairs Event

This program explores African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
Next is a discussion with descendants of the De Priest, Wormley, Syphax, and Jennings families.
This is forty minutes.

0 hours, 42 minutes | 339 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1

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4:06:03 AM - 5:14:57 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 1

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African American work and life in Washington, DC - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Lonnie Bunch, director of the new National Museum of African American History and Culture -- and from George Mason history professor Spencer Crew who explores the lives of free blacks in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Katherine Malone-France of the National Trust for Historic Preservation ends this program with a discussion about the slave quarters at Decatur House just across the street from the White House. 
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.

1 hours, 8 minutes | 453 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 2

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5:15:57 AM - 6:11:07 AM
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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 2

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear from Alexandra Lane, Rights and Reproductions Coordinator for the White House Historical Association about the Gadsby family and slave trading in D.C. We also hear from Elizabeth Dowling Taylor, author of A Slave in the White House: Paul Jennings and the Madisons.
This hour-long event took place at St. John’s Church on the edge of President’s Park.

0 hours, 55 minutes | 323 Views

African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

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6:12:26 AM - 7:22:59 AM

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African-American History in Washington, D.C., Part 3

Public Affairs Event

Coming up is a program on African-American work and life in Washington, D.C. - especially in the area around the White House known as President’s Park. 
We’ll hear about the rise of a free black family residing near President’s Park and about first lady Lou Henry Hoover’s invitation to Jessie De Priest, the wife of United States Congressman Oscar De Priest, to a White House Tea Party.
It was the first time an African American was a guest at the White House since Teddy Roosevelt hosted Booker T. Washington nearly thirty years earlier.

1 hours, 10 minutes | 434 Views