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"The Atlantic Community" is a series of twenty-minute films produced between 1954 and 1956 and financed by the U.S. government. The series was designed to familiarize the NATO member countries with the culture, history, industries, tourist attractions, and military contributions of their NATO partners and was distributed in many different languages for television and cinema audiences. This episode features Canada. Sponsor: NATO
Topics: Reel America "The Atlantic Community - Introducing Canada" - 1956, Television Program
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This United States Public Health Service film details a variety of methods used to combat the spread of communicable disease; from inspecting ships and immigrants at Ellis Island, to combating mosquito and rat populations, to working with state and local authorities. The United States Public Health Service originated with an Act of Congress in 1798 for the "relief of sick and disabled seamen." The role and responsibilities of what is now called the Commissioned Corps of the U.S....
Topics: Reel America "The Work of the Public Health Service" - 1936, Television Program
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President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris took a virtual tour of the vaccine distribution site set up at State Farm Arena in Glendale, Arizona. Representatives from the Arizona Department of Health, Arizona National Guard and FEMA explained how the stadium was operating as a vaccination site during the coronavirus pandemic. The president and vice president talked about how the site was a model for others around the country, and they praised Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) and the state's...
Topics: biden, fema, arizona, ms. hayes, harris, ms. littrell, mcguire, glendale, arizona cardinals, doc,...
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At Plimoth Patuxet in Plymouth, Massachusetts, we explored the recreated 17th-century colonial village and spoke with interpreters about what daily life was like for the Pilgrims. The year the town depicts is 1627, seven years after the Mayflower landed, when about 160 Pilgrims lived there. Sponsor: Plimoth Patuxet
Topics: england, plymouth, new plymouth
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Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff addressed election security at a virtual event hosted by SkyBridge Alternatives (SALT). He also discussed election integrity, disinformation campaigns, the threat of domestic terrorism and the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol. Mr. Chertoff was interviewed by political law attorney Elliot Burke. Sponsor: SkyBridge Alternatives
Topics: elliot, michael, chertoff, michael chertoff, john, elliot burke, mr. chertoff, chris krebs
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Sponsor: White House
Topics: russia, putin, biden, europe, comcast
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Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke after meeting with foreign ministers at NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. The secretary discussed the need to reaffirm alliances and emphasized that the United States is fully committed to NATO. "We must recommit to our alliances and to the shared values that sustain them," said Secretary Blinken. He also addressed the military threats posed by China and Russia. On China, Secretary Blinken stated, "There's no question that Beijing's...
Topics: china, nato, eisenhower, beijing, russia, brussels, moscow, australia, biden, south korea, europe,...
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Author and essayist Lance Morrow talked about his new book, "God and Mammon: Chronicles of American Money," and the cultural divide in the U.S. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: Washington Journal Lance Morrow, "God and Mammon", Television Program
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President Biden met with Democratic senators in the Oval Office to discuss economic relief legislation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the start of the closed-door meeting, the president and lawmakers held a brief photo-op with the White House press corps. When asked about COVID-19 relief negotiations, President Biden said, "We'll get Republican support." Sponsor: White House
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[LIVE] President-elect Joe Biden announces his nominees for the top posts at the Justice Department, including Judge Merrick Garland as his pick to serve as U.S. attorney general. Sponsor: Biden Presidential Transition
Topics: biden, kristen clarke, doj, leavy, obama, fbi, united states of america, plainview, vanita, white...
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Viewer calls. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: trump, donald trump, washington, jim jordan, biden, diane, daniel, barack obama, virginia, oklahoma...
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Young America's Foundation President and former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker discussed his organization's effort to promote free speech on college campuses. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: wisconsin, florida, reagan, california, washington, george floyd, milwaukee, ronald reagan, china,...
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Facebook's Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg discussed the role of social media in helping small businesses during the pandemic, in a conversation hosted by the Detroit Economic Club. She also touched on internet regulation, targeted ads, privacy and Facebook's role in the 2020 election. Sponsor: Detroit Economic Club
Topics: detroit, sheryl, vickie, steve, sheryl sandberg, derek chauvin, vicki, michigan
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Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky warned COVID-19 is becoming a "pandemic of the unvaccinated." Her comments came during an update from the White House COVID-19 Response Team. Sponsor: White House | COVID-19 Response
Topics: fauci, walensky, murphy, cdc, pfizer, u.k., fda, israel, j&j, florida, missouri, nevada,...
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson fielded questions on domestic and foreign issues from members of parliament in the House of Commons. Several questions focused on his leadership and handling of the COVID-19 pandemic in the U.K. and the impact on the transportation, fishing and small business communities. On the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Prime Minister Johnson reiterated to members that the position of the U.K. will always be a two-state solution and a de-escalation of violence. Sponsor:...
Topics: u.k., mr. speaker, united kingdom, eu, scotland, wales, steven, robyn, jonathon
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A show about money from people who work in money with anchor Maria Bartiromo.
Topics: maria, cpac, california, pelosi, bernie sanders, trump, biden, joe biden, kevin mccarthy, house,...
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Topics: italy, germany, donald trump, mafia, washington, trump, europe, berlin, nancy pelosi, ireland,...
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The Texas House of Representatives debated voting laws proposed in the state. In this portion of the debate, Texas State Representative Andrew Murr (R), who wrote the legislation, responded to questions from lawmakers about various aspects of the bill including its impact on voting hours, drive up voting access and mail in voting. The Texas House of Representatives passed the voting laws, also known as H.R.1, 80-41. Sponsor: Texas | House of Representatives
Topics: murr, anchia, texas, dutton, harris county, davis, mr. turner, afghanistan, washington
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Topics: california, san mateo, oakland, james, san francisco, oakland, san pablo, pleasanton, berkeley,...
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Topics: california, afghanistan, oakland, dovato, haiti, james, biden, kron, taliban, raiders, berkeley,...
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The Bay Area's first afternoon newscast with local and breaking news; traffic and weather reports.
Topics: san francisco, bay area, california, oakland, rivera, biden, fox, sacramento, bay, san jose,...
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Evening news.
Topics: oakland, california, l.a., carr, concord, bruce bochy, san francisco, vern
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Brian Williams delivers an early look at the stories that will drive tomorrow's conversation.
Topics: fbi, donald trump, biden, white house, florida, mccarthy, michigan, johnson, trump, arizona,...
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The San Francisco Entertainment Commission regulates, promotes and enhances the field of entertainment in the city of San Francisco.
Topics: bleiman, fiorentino, kaitlyn, dylan, weiland, edinburgh, perez, wang, azevedo, calen, castle,...
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The worldwide demand for oil and gas affects the communities that supply it.
Topics: arvin, rexford, burns, thompson, california, gurrola, san joaquin valley, kaktovik, jose gurrola,...
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The impact of less demand for fossil fuels on South Africa.
Topics: south africa, mpumalanga, eskom, kruger
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Topics: san jose, kron, san mateo, harris, san francisco, california, berkeley, oakland, bridge, brown,...
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Located in Fayetteville, Arkansas, the Clinton House Museum was the first home of Bill and Hillary Clinton. The Clinton's taught at the University of Arkansas School of Law and were married inside the home in 1975. Angie Albright, Museum Director, gave us a tour of the home and showed rarely seen memorabilia from President Clinton's early political career. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: KEYED AHTV LCV Presidents Day Fayetteville AR 'Clinton House, Television Program
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Historian Mark DePue discussed the 1945 Battle of Iwo Jima and the strategic importance of the island to both the American and Japanese forces during World War II. He recounted eyewitness soldier testimonies and detailed the military maneuvers of the month-long campaign. The Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Lincoln (Abraham) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: Battle of Iwo Jima, Television Program
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Author and Harvard Law Professor Jack Goldsmith discussed his new book on reforming presidential power and accountability following the Trump presidency. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: trump, white house, george w. bush, obama, washington, jack goldsmith, harvard, bob bauer, biden,...
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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell joined Princeton University's Center for Finance for a web discussion on monetary policy. Chair Powell discussed the current state of the economy and how the pandemic continues to impact it. Sponsor: Princeton University | Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance
Topics: powell, markus, treasury, jay, princeton, japan
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ward Winning Coverage of San Francisco Government.
Topics: lopez, collins
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A French battlefield guide and an American historian toured the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery in northeastern France. The last resting place of 14, 246 Americans who died in the region during and just after World War I, Meuse-Argonne is the largest military cemetery outside of the United States. The tour guides showed the graves of several Medal of Honor recipients and several nurses and civilians. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: American Artifacts Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery, Television Program
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Topics: san francisco, oakland, trump, newsome, washington, chinatown, bay area, san mateo, kron, maureen...
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Topics: libre, spicy pepper jack, jack
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Visit the Jon Bilbao Basque Library at the University of Nevada, Reno to learn about the Basque culture. Iñaki Arrieta Baro, Basque Librarian, showed items from the library's collections and talked about the contributions that the Basque people have made to Reno and other parts of Nevada. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: Basque Culture in Nevada, Television Program
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During remarks on the Senate floor, Sen. Schumer spoke about the life of former Sen. John Warner. Sen. Schumer also spoke about the Senate's schedule. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: virginia, john warner
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On Fox News Sunday, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) discussed his support for the creation of a commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Sponsor: FOX News Channel | "Fox News Sunday"
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell spoke about the death of former Senator John Warner and the Senate GOP agenda. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topic: virginia
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) held a moment of silence on the steps of the Capitol for the more than 400,000 Americans who died from COVID-19. The speaker was joined by Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD), Assistant Majority Leader Katherine Clark (D-MA) and Democratic Caucus Vice Chair Pete Aguilar (D-CA). Sponsor: U.S. Capitol
Topic: trump
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Topics: san francisco, ceqa, pearlman, sheela, matsuda
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The House impeachment managers, led by Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), walked to the Senate chamber to formally present and exhibit the article of impeachment against former President Trump for "incitement of insurrection." Sponsor: U.S. Capitol
Topics: House Impeachment Managers Deliver Article of Impeachment to Senate, Television Program
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New York Times op-ed columnist Charles Blow makes his case for Blacks to amass political power and combat white supremacy. He was interviewed by author and Woodson Center founder and president Robert Woodson. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: After Words Charles Blow, "The Devil You Know", Television Program
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Journalist Dan Morain discussed the life and career of Vice President Kamala Harris. This virtual event was sponsored by the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Sponsor: National Press Club
Topics: Dan Morain,"Kamala's Way - An American Life", Television Program
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Historian Christian Appy and peace activist Cora Weiss delivered keynote talks on U.S. soldier and civilian peace initiatives during the Vietnam War. Their remarks were part of a conference in Washington, DC hosted in conjunction with the "Waging Peace in Vietnam" traveling exhibit. Sponsor: George Washington University | Elliott School of International Affairs
Topics: Vietnam War Soldier & Civilian Peace Initiatives, Television Program
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James Worthen talked about President Eisenhower's treasury and defense secretaries, and how their personalities and styles influenced administration policies. Both men -- one with no government experience and the other a former General Motors president -- brought a business perspective to their cabinet jobs. Mr. Worthen is the author of "George Humphrey, Charles Wilson & Eisenhower's War on Spending." The Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library hosted this event and provided the...
Topics: The Presidency Eisenhower's Treasury & Defense Secretaries, Television Program
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On CNN's "State of the Union," Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) voiced support for doing away with the filibuster in the case of proposed voting rights legislation.
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Newsreel footage of President Harry Truman's inaugural ceremony on January 20, 1949 was shown courtesy of the Truman Presidential Library. The U.S. Army film features highlights of President Truman's only inauguration ceremony. He became president in 1945 upon the death of Franklin Roosevelt. In 1948, he was elected, defeating Thomas Dewey in a race many thought he wouldn't win. Sponsor: White House,U.S. Capitol | East Front
Topics: Reel America President Truman Inauguration, Television Program
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At the end of his second term, President Reagan and first lady Nancy Reagan said goodbye to staff in the East Room of the White House. Chief of staff Kenneth Duberstein, the first lady's press secretary Elaine Crispen, and director of the presidential comments and greetings office Joan DeCain also made remarks. Sponsor: White House
Topics: Reel America President Reagan Farewell Remarks to Staff - 1989, Television Program
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Vice President Pence participates in a security briefing for Inauguration Day. Officials with Homeland Security, FBI, U.S. Secret Service and the National Guard outlined some of their plans to keep things secure and safe. FBI Director Christopher Wray said the agency would remain in an aggressive posture through Inauguration Day. He added that investigators have identified more than 200 suspects in Capitol attack. He warned those still at large and anyone planning violence leading up to...
Topics: f.b.i., joe biden, fema, washington
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On NBC's "Meet The Press," Sen. Mike Rounds (R-SD) discussed coronavirus relief response. Sponsor: NBC | "Meet the Press"
Topic: south dakota
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Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts (R) delivered the State of the State address in Lincoln. The governor declared that "the work of Nebraskans everywhere has kept the state of the state strong." He discussed the state's response to the pandemic and thanked first responders and teachers. In addition, Gov. Ricketts talked about property tax relief, expanding the workforce, creating new jobs, and increasing access to broadband and internet connectivity. Sponsor: State Capitol
Topic: nebraska
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The Atlantic magazine staff writer George Packer made his case for how to re-unite Americans. This virtual event was hosted by the Village Well Bookstore in Culver City, California. Sponsor: Village Well Books and Coffee
Topics: George Packer, "Last Best Hope- America in Crisis and Renewal", Television Program
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Historians discussed the lives of loyalists, Native Americans and African Americans in the aftermath of the July 4, 1776 Declaration of Independence. This discussion was part of a conference hosted by the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic. Sponsor: Society for Historians of the Early American Republic
Topics: Life After the Declaration of Independence, Television Program
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In 2013, Congress created the U.S. World War I Centennial Commission. One of its directives was to establish a national World War I memorial in Washington, D.C. Next, Edwin Fountain, the commission's former vice chair, looked back at the history of World War I commemoration in the U.S. and detailed the years-long quest to create the D.C. memorial. He's joined in the conversation by Matthew Naylor, who heads the National World War I Museum & Memorial in Kansas City, home to the nation's...
Topics: Commemorating World War I in America, Television Program
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This NASA film documents the third successful mission to land on the moon. Apollo 14 astronauts Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell, and Stuart Roosa blasted off on January 31, 1971, and returned to Earth on February 9. Fra Mauro is the name of a large crater where Shepard and Mitchell touched down and then spent about 9 hours over two walks exploring the surface and collecting specimens. Sponsor: NASA
Topics: Reel America "Apollo 14, Mission to Fra Mauro" - 1971, Television Program
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World War II veterans discussed their experiences with the U.S. Army in Europe. Jack Goldstein served as a B-17 gunner with the Army Air Corps - he died on January 17, 2021 at the age of 96. Retired Colonel Frank Cohn served in an intelligence unit after fleeing Nazi Germany with his family. The Friends of the World War II Memorial hosted this event as part of their Fifth Annual Teachers Conference and provided the video. Sponsor: Friends of the National World War II Memorial
Topics: Army Air Corps & Intelligence in World War II Europe, Television Program
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Retired Navy Captain Cynthia Macri discussed the impact of World War II on Japanese Americans through the lens of her family's experiences. The Friends of the National World War II Memorial hosted this talk as part of a conference for educators and provided the video. Sponsor: Friends of the National World War II Memorial
Topics: Japanese Americans & World War II, Television Program
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The Tournament of Roses Parade is one of Pasadena's oldest and most celebrated traditions. What began as way to promote the new city's mild winters and beautiful scenery has turned into an event seen by millions and a major economic boost for the Southern California region. David Eads, executive director, and Laura Farber, executive committee president, shared this piece of Pasadena's history with us. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: Tournament of Roses Parade, Television Program
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Author and essayist Lance Morrow talked about his new book, "God and Mammon: Chronicles of American Money," and the cultural divide in the U.S. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: Washington Journal Lance Morrow, "God and Mammon", Television Program
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Holocaust scholars discussed recent trends in scholarship as well as new findings. They stressed the brutality of the Nazi regime, and that the Holocaust and military fighting of World War II were interelated events that should be understood that way in histories. This event was part of the National World War II Museum's annual conference. Sponsor: National World War II Museum,Pritzker Military Museum and Library
Topics: Studying the Holocaust, Television Program
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The Carolina Basketball Museum chronicles the history of UNC Basketball. Steve Kirshner, Director of Athletic Communications at the University of North Carolina, toured the museum and discussed the storied history of UNC's Basketball program, which dates back to 1910. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Local Content Vehicle
Topics: Carolina Basketball Museum, Television Program
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NEA President Becky Pringle discussed the debate over reopening schools during the pandemic. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: biden, becky pringle, cdc, greta
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Military historian Geoff Babb discussed the influence of the United States, Europe; Japan, and Russia in early 20th century China. Babb argued that the Chinese communist movement was largely a consequence of World War I -- born in May of 1919 with student movements against several issues -- including what they saw as unfair terms and imperial bias in the Treaty of Versailles. Geoff Babb traces this history and the unintended consequences of western influence up until the 1949 founding of...
Topics: World War I & the Birth of Communism in China, Television Program
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In her book "Threat of Dissent: A History of Ideological Exclusion & Deportation in the United States," lawyer and historian Julia Rose Kraut examined the use of deportation to suppress free speech and the conflicts it causes between immigration law and the First Amendment. The National History Center & Wilson Center co-hosted this online discussion with the author and provided the video. Sponsor: Wilson (Woodrow) International Center for Scholars,National History Center
Topics: Immigration Law & the First Amendment, Television Program
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French journalist Delphine Minoui reported on the efforts of a group of Syrians to build a library during that country's civil war. This was a virtual event hosted by the Boston Athenaeum and Harvard Book Store. Sponsor: Boston Athenaeum
Topics: Delphine Minoui, "The Book Collectors", Television Program
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The immediate post-World War I era was a period in U.S. history marked by violent labor strikes, mass anti-immigration rallies, race riots and a government crackdown on socialist and other leftist political organizations -- known as the first "Red Scare." Richard Faulkner of the U.S. Army Command & General Staff College explained what happened in the U.S. from 1917 to 1921 and explored the reasons why. The National World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City hosted this event...
Topics: Post-World War I Red Scare, Television Program
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Ernie LaPointe, Sitting Bull's great-grandson, spoke about his Lakota heritage and the influence of his great-grandfather's legacy. He talked about the repatriation of some of Sitting Bull's artifacts to his family and his work to teach the Lakota language to the next generation. The Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Wyoming hosted this event in 2012 and provided the video. Sponsor: Buffalo Bill Center of the West
Topics: Conversation with Sitting Bull's Great-Grandson, Television Program
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New York Liberty basketball player Jocelyn Willoughby discussed her Read What You Sow book club. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: Read What You Sow Book Club, Television Program
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Goucher College professor of history emerita Jean Baker looked back at the life of architect Henry Latrobe, who designed the Senate, House, and Supreme Court chambers as well as assisted in the plans for the White House and U.S. Capitol Building. This was a virtual event hosted by George Washington's Mount Vernon. Sponsor: Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
Topics: latrobe, baltimore, philadelphia, washington, jean, london, white house, new orleans, jefferson,...
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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) delivered the final Weekly Democratic Address of the Trump Administration, and talked about the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump. Sponsor: Democratic Party
Topics: biden, john mcconnell
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President-elect Joe Biden and incoming first lady Jill Biden marked Martin Luther King Jr. Day by volunteering in Philadelphia at a hunger relief organization. Sponsor: Biden Presidential Transition
Topics: king, martha
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Symone Sanders, spokesperson for Vice President Kamala Harris, spoke with reporters outside the White House. Sponsor: White House | News Media Stakeout
Topics: blair, intel
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Days prior to leaving office, President George W. Bush addressed the nation from the East Room of the White House, reviewing the accomplishments of his presidency. He reflected upon the tough decisions and accomplishments of the past eight years, as well as the challenges ahead. He expressed his gratitude to the American people, including the men and women of the Armed Forces. He also acknowledged the service and contributions of several persons in attendance in the East Room. Sponsor: White...
Topics: c-span, iraq, washington, american history tv on c-span
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Adrian Miller talked about his book "The President's Kitchen Cabinet: The Story of the African Americans Who Have Fed Our First Families, from the Washingtons to the Obamas," in which he recalls the many African-Americans who worked in food service at the White House. He spoke at the Roosevelt Reading Festival. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: History Bookshelf Adrian Miller, "The President's Kitchen Cabinet'', Television Program
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On Fox News Sunday, Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) discussed his support for the creation of a commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the Capitol. Sponsor: FOX News Channel | "Fox News Sunday"
Topics: Rep. Adam Kinzinger R-IL, Television Program
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Twenty-four hours a day, the latest national and international stories as they break.
Topics: wales, uk, england, scotland, bbc news, myanmar, mozambique, northern ireland, germany, trish,...
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New York Times congressional correspondent Nicholas Fandos previews the week ahead in Congress and Moody's Analytics' Chief Economist Mark Zandi discusses economic challenges facing the Biden administration.
Topics: biden, trump, china, donald trump, joe biden, washington, california, white house, maryland,...
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The Senate Finance Committee held a confirmation hearing for Janet Yellen to serve as Treasury secretary. Dr. Yellen, who served as the former Federal Reserve chair during the Obama and Trump administrations, answered a variety of questions from senators on future federal coronavirus pandemic relief, raising taxes on businesses and individuals, increasing the minimum wage and how to manage a rising debt and widening deficit. Sponsor: Senate Finance Committee
Topics: yellen, biden, crapo, china, wyden, treasury, grassley, toomey, irs, janet yellen, carper, scott,...
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Newly confirmed Secretary of State Antony Blinken held a briefing with reporters at the State Department. He said the Biden administration is reviewing a number of decisions made by the Trump administration, specifically the designation of Yemen's Houthi rebels as a terrorist organization. In addition, Secretary Blinken voiced his concern about the safety of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny following his arrest. He also emphasized the importance of the free press and said they would be...
Topics: china, russia, iran, biden, yemen, saudi arabia, afghanistan
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Thomas Jefferson's Monticello hosted a conversation between Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson as portrayed by Bill Robling and Bill Barker. They revisited their lifelong association, especially their roles in shaping Revolutionary War-era America and the constitutional government it produced. Monticello provided this video. Sponsor: Monticello
Topics: franklin, philadelphia, mr. jefferson, virginia, pennsylvania, london, france, washington, paris,...
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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talked about her life and career, including her tenure in the Bush administration, where she served as national security adviser from 2001 to 2005 and as the 66th secretary of state of the United States from 2005 to 2009. She was interviewed on stage by former U.S.Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala and also responded to questions submitted by students in the audience at the BankUnited Center Fieldhouse. This book tour event was part...
Topics: History Bookshelf Condoleezza Rice, "No Higher Honor", Television Program
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To mark the 2021 Presidents Day holiday, the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum became a stage for historical interpreters portraying Presidents Washington, Lincoln, Coolidge -- and both Roosevelts. They gave individual remarks before gathering for a roundtable discussion. The Richard Nixon Foundation hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Nixon (Richard) Foundation
Topics: The Presidency Presidents Reflect, Television Program
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Sponsor: Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation
Topics: The Civil War Robert E. Lee and Virginia, Television Program
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Alan Kraut, an American University distinguished professor of history, looked back on the transformation over more than 200 years of U.S. laws and policies designed to manage immigration. With President Trump's focus on immigration, questions as old as the republic have been resurrected: Who is allowed to cross American borders and under what circumstances? Professor Kraut is also a non-resident fellow of the Migration Policy Institute in Washington, D.C., and chairs the Statue of Liberty-Ellis...
Topics: Q&A Alan Kraut, Television Program
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Historian Patrick Charles and legal scholar Brannon Denning discuss the history of the second amendment and American gun rights from the drafting of the Bill of Rights to more recent Supreme Court decisions that have shaped the current debate over gun control legislation. The National Constitution Center in Philadelphia hosted the event. Sponsor: National Constitution Center
Topics: History of Gun Rights in America, Television Program
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After the March for Life Education and Defense Fund's virtual rally, supporters of the 48th Annual March for Life marched to the Supreme Court and laid roses on the sidewalk in front of the court. Sponsor: March for Life Education and Defense Fund
Topic: washington
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Topics: california, apple, donald trump, washington, cbs, brown, detroit, mandy
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke about his government's response to the coronavirus pandemic and working with leaders on the global inoculation effort. He expressed concerns over the mutated strain of the virus that he argued could threaten the effectiveness of the vaccines. "Just a question of time before we hit a strain that the current vaccines are not susceptible to," he added. During this session, Prime Minister Netanyahu also responded to questions from business...
Topics: israel, pfizer, borge, u.k., south africa, netanyahu, stephan, nsa
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Day 12 of the trial continued for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, accused in the death of George Floyd. Before the jury was brought in, the judge and attorneys briefly deliberated about the use of footage from police body-worn cameras in the trial. Sponsor: Minnesota | Hennepin County District Court
Topics: chang, floyd, chauvin, ems
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Sen. Lindsey Graham spoke on the Senate floor about the Security breach at the Capitol and the objection raised against Arizona's electoral votes. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: wisconsin, south carolina, joe biden, louisiana, florida, georgia
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James Comey, a former FBI director, discussed the U.S. justice system during a virtual event hosted by the Washington Post. When asked about the attack on the U.S. Capitol, he said he was sickened "to see this reality of democracy under assault." When asked about the potential for President Trump to self-pardon, the former FBI director said, "he knows our president is not a genius," but that if he "pardons himself, he would provoke the Department of justice almost into...
Topics: mr. comey, donald trump, f.b.i., washington, rudy giuliani, new york, chris wray, janet yellen,...
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On CNN's "State of the Union," Majority Whip Representative Jim Clyburn (D-SC) discussed the security breach at the U.S. Capitol. Sponsor: CNN | "State of the Union"
Topics: Majority Whip Rep. Jim Clyburn D-SC, Television Program
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Mary Jo Binker talked about and read excerpts from Eleanor Roosevelt's advice column written for more than 20 years for "Ladies' Home Journal" and "McCall's Magazine." Ms. Binker is editor of the book, "If You Ask Me: Essential Advice From Eleanor Roosevelt." The Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library & Museum hosted this event. Sponsor: Roosevelt (Franklin) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: The Presidency Eleanor Roosevelt's Advice Column, Television Program
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Michelle Marchetti Coughlin discussed her book, "Penelope Winslow, Plymouth Colony First Lady: Re-imagining a Life." A descendant of English nobility, Winslow was the wife of Josiah Winslow, Plymouth Colony's governor during King Philip's War in the 1670s. The Massachusetts Historical Society hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Massachusetts Historical Society
Topics: Penelope Winslow & 17th Century Plymouth Colony, Television Program
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National World War II Museum oral historian Hannah Dailey talked about "atomic veterans" -- servicemen assigned to nuclear bomb tests and clean-up -- many of whom suffered long-term health issues from radiation exposure. The program included interview clips with four of these veterans. The National World War II Museum hosted this discussion and provided the video. Sponsor: National World War II Museum
Topics: Veterans and Nuclear Radiation Exposure, Television Program
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House historian Matthew Wasniewski disussed Hispanic Americans who have served in Congress. He explains that prior to the mid-twentieth century, many served as territorial delegates and comissioners as opposed to voting representatives Sponsor: National Archives and Records Administration | Center for Legislative Archives
Topics: Hispanic Americans in Congress, Television Program
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CJ Mitchell recounts his time as a construction worker in Hanford, Washington beginning in the late 1940s. The site was used for atomic weapons production in World War II and during the Cold War. In an interview conducted by the Atomic Heritage Foundation, he explains the impact the Great Migration and segregation had on his family and how he became an Equal Opportunity specialist for the Hanford laboratories. The "Voices of the Manhattan Project" oral history collection was created...
Topics: Oral Histories Manhattan Project Construction Worker CJ Mitchell, Television Program
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Sponsor: New York Historical Society
Topics: AHTV - The Brooklyn Bridge, Television Program
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