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[LIVE] The Senate will take up legislation to impose sanctions on the Russia Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: ukraine, putin, russia, biden, germany, europe, white house, cruz, trump, shaheen, joe biden,...
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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell faced intense questioning from lawmakers concerning high inflation during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Banking Committee. Chair Powell said the agency has tools to address inflation and will do so if needed. Other topics that came up included COVID-19's impact on inflation, a post-pandemic economy, climate change financial risks and new ethics guidelines for Federal Reserve employees. Sponsor: Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee
Topics: biden, powell, toomey, keynes, fdic, brown, china, atlanta, federal reserve board, nevada, wyoming,...
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Sens. John Thune, Lindsey Graham, John Cornyn spoke against legislation they said is a "federal takeover of state elections." And they argued against changing Senate rules so that the legislation cannot be filibustered. Sen. Cornyn had a sign saying that 94% of voters said voting was easy in 2020. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer then responded, saying if voting was easy in 2020, that explains why Democrats want to reverse election law changes made in some states after the 2020 election....
Topics: texas, georgia, schumer, donald trump, biden, trump, mcconnell, atlanta, john lewis
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[LIVE] The Senate will continue debate on the nomination of Alan Davidson to be Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: new york, biden, joe biden, georgia, schumer, russia, washington, delaware, mr. schumer, white...
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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) delivered the 2022 State of the State address from the state capitol in Phoenix. Gov. Ducey focused a large part of his address on security at the southern border and on education. Sponsor: State Capitol
Topics: arizona, texas, washington, janel, bowers, biden, phoenix, angela, california, white house, johnson
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[LIVE] Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Sen. Roy Blunt, chair of the Rules & Administration Committee, discuss Democrats plan to change filibuster rules to get voting rights legislation passed. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol
Topics: schumer, manchin, turkey, joe manchin, kyrsten sinema, chuck schumer, white house, jim crow, joe...
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[LIVE] The Senate will continue debate on the nomination of Alan Davidson to be Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: georgia, texas, schumer, donald trump, biden, byrd, mr. cornyn, mr. schumer, new york, arizona,...
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said that this week Democrats plan to "attack the core identity of the Senate" by changing filibuster rules for voting rights legislation. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin then responded by listing what he said was abuse of filibuster rules. He also talked about voting rights restrictions in some states. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: new york, georgia, illinois, obama, texas, biden, washington, kentucky, minnesota
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Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) delivered the 2022 State of the State address from the state capitol in Phoenix. Gov. Ducey focused a large part of his address on security at the southern border and on education. Sponsor: State Capitol
Topics: arizona, texas, bowers, washington d.c., janelle, biden, phoenix, mexico, angela, california, white...
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Recycling and environmental policy experts testified on ways to encourage and improve recycling before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. Topics discussed included streamlining the process, finding safe ways to reuse materials, and educating the public about recycling best practices. Sponsor: Senate Environment and Public Works Committee
Topics: capito, north carolina, wyoming, epa, johnson, whitehouse, mr. johnson, alaska, cardin, china, wwf,...
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The administrator for the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) testified on climate change before the House Science Environment Subcommittee. Lawmakers focused on the agency's ability to predict and alert the nation of natural disasters. This hearing took place before tornadoes struck several states on Dec. 10, 2021. Sponsor: House Science, Space, and Technology Subcommittee on Environment
Topics: noaa, oregon, richard spinrad, spinrad, lucas, johnson, sherrill, florida, oklahoma, strader, navy,...
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Historians Doris Kearns Goodwin and Jon Meacham discussed the historical significance of the events of January 6, 2021 during a conversation moderated by Librarian of Congress Carla Hayden. They talked about other periods of American history where challenges were met and tough times were overcome. Sponsor: U.S. Capitol | Office of the Speaker of the House
Topics: doris, lyndon johnson, carla hayden, carla, jon, washington, pelosi, lincoln, john lewis, abraham...
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The R Street Institute hosted a virtual discussion with political experts and academics on the importance of stabilizing democracy. They addressed the reasons why the losers of elections might not concede and touched on ways that would improve upon the trust and confidence of the electoral process. Sponsor: R Street Institute
Topics: matt, washington, jason, shaun, meredith, artur, donald trump, alabama, todd, houston, sarah,...
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A group of secretaries of state discussed election and voting laws at the Netroots Nation virtual conference. They also spoke out against some Republican efforts to undermine and question the nation's 2020 presidential election results. Sponsor: Netroots Nation
Topics: michigan, colorado, connecticut, griswold, florida, benson, georgia, carolyn, ohio, arizona, fbi
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The House Administration Committee held an oversight hearing with officials of the Office of Congressional Workplace Rights. Topics included the virtual training of congressional staff, mediation of complaints and the search for a new OCWR executive director. Sponsor: House House Administration Committee
Topics: congressional, caa, davis, washington, ms. wallace, d.c., james
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said that this week Democrats plan to "attack the core identity of the Senate" by changing filibuster rules for voting rights legislation. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin then responded by listing what he said was abuse of filibuster rules. He also talked about voting rights restrictions in some states. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: new york, georgia, kentucky
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The University of Chicago Institute of Politics hosted a discussion focused on the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol and its aftermath. Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe and Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Illinois) were joined by Robert Pape, political science professor at the Univ. of Chicago. Topics included intelligence gathering, the differences between polarization and radicalization, and the pros and cons of a domestic terrorism statute. Sponsor: University of Chicago Institute of...
Topics: fbi, donald trump, david, brown, trump, mr. mccabe, doj, syria, georgia
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The R Street Institute hosted a virtual discussion with political experts and academics on the importance of stabilizing democracy. They addressed the reasons why the losers of elections might not concede and touched on ways that would improve upon the trust and confidence of the electoral process. Sponsor: R Street Institute
Topics: alabama, washington, texas, shaun, sarah, roberts
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A group of secretaries of state discussed election and voting laws at the Netroots Nation virtual conference. They also spoke out against some Republican efforts to undermine and question the nation's 2020 presidential election results. Sponsor: Netroots Nation
Topics: michigan, colorado, connecticut, griswold, florida, benson, georgia, carolyn, ohio, arizona, fbi
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The House Administration Committee held an oversight hearing with officials of the Office of Congressional Workplace Rights. Topics included the virtual training of congressional staff, mediation of complaints and the search for a new OCWR executive director. Sponsor: House House Administration Committee
Topics: congressional, caa, washington, davis, house, ms. wallace, d.c., james
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Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said that this week Democrats plan to "attack the core identity of the Senate" by changing filibuster rules for voting rights legislation. Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin then responded by listing what he said was abuse of filibuster rules. He also talked about voting rights restrictions in some states. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: new york, georgia, obama, illinois, chuck schumer, washington
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Wilson Center Russia expert William Pomeranz discussed rising tensions between the U.S. and Russia over Ukraine and the future of NATO. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: russia, ukraine, putin, nato, biden, soviet union, geneva, europe, boudin, zelensky, washington,...
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[LIVE] The U.S. Senate will continue debate the nomination of Alan Davidson to be Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information. Sponsor: U.S. Senate
Topics: russia, mr. schumer, biden, putin, china, texas, ukraine, harry, new york, georgia, washington,...
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President Joe Biden and Former President Barack Obama delivered remarks at the funeral service of the late Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) in Las Vegas. They each shared personal stories of the late senator, speaking of the impact Sen. Reid had in the Senate and the country, as well as how much his friendship meant to both presidents. Sponsor: Smith Center for the Performing Arts (Las Vegas, NV)
Topics: harry, harry reid, nevada, washington, biden, nancy pelosi, nancy, harry, anthony fauci, cdc,...
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The Supreme Court heard oral argument in a case challenging the Biden administration's COVID-19 vaccine-or-test mandate for large employers with 100 or more employees. Sponsor: U.S. Supreme Court
Topics: osha, kagan, mr. keller, kavanaugh, barrett, ets, gorsuch, alito, keller, breyer, amtrak, cdc, fda
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The Senate Banking, Housing & Urban Affairs Committee held a hearing focused on disaster recovery assistance as part of the Community Development Block Grant program. Topics included climate change resiliency and local vs. federal funding of long-term disaster recovery. Sponsor: Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee
Topics: hud, martin, fema, north carolina, kentucky, mayer, cdbg, brown, montana, biden, sprayberry,...
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The House Rules Committee held a virtual roundtable focused on hunger among college students. Topics included the role of the federal government and local communities, engagement by institutions of higher learning and barriers to existing basic needs programs. Sponsor: House Rules Committee
Topics: california, alabama, mcgovern, white house, biden, south carolina, massachusetts, washington,...
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The Washington Post hosted a virtual discussion to examine the impact of hip hop on culture. Joining the conversation were Kevin Young, the National Museum of African American History and Culture director, and Dwandalyn Reece, the museum's associate director for curatorial affairs. They discussed the cultural and political ties hip hop has to history, and its impact on politics and social movements. Much of the conversation focused on the Smithsonian's new project "The Smithsonian...
Topics: reece, washington, robin givhan, smithsonian, kendrick lamar, johnson
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Publishing industry news and insider interviews, and a look at current non-fiction books featured on C-SPAN's BookTV for the week of January 9, 2022. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: miami, mitch kaplan, washington, coral gables, mr. kaplan, peter, joan didion, hurston, barbara...
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Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels offered his thoughts on the role of higher education in modern democracy. The SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Johns Hopkins University
Topics: johns hopkins, hopkins
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Sharri Markson, investigations editor at the Australian and host of Sky News Australia's "Sharri," talked about the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak and presented arguments that the virus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. This virtual event was hosted by the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Hudson Institute
Topics: china, wuhan, australia, fbi, washington, hudson, david, scott morrison, hudson institute, shari,...
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Joe Weisberg, creator of the TV series "The Americans," discussed his book "Russia Upside Down," a critique of U.S. policy towards Russia. This virtual event was hosted by the Commonwealth Club of California. Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
Topics: russia, kgb, cia, putin, soviet union, afghanistan, china, germany, san francisco, vietnam, europe,...
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Retired Army Lt. Col. Donald Snedeker ("Blackhorse Tales"), retired Army Col. L. Scott Lingamfelter ("Desert Redleg"), and Peter Svoboda ("Headhunter") discussed their books on the reality of war. This event was part of the Association of the United States Army annual meeting held in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Association of the U.S. Army
Topics: vietnam, iraq, kuwait, scott, joe, diane, mike dotson, saudi arabia, c-span, germany, usa, brian...
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The 14th amendment was the subject of law professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick's book, "The Original Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment." Georgetown University Law Center constitutional law professor Randy Barnett and Northern Illinois University College of Law professor Evan Bernick was interviewed by Yale Law professor John Witt. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: randy, evan, victoria woodhull, philadelphia, frederick douglass, brazil, ku klux, c-span
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Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) executive director Charles Love argued that Black Lives Matter and the 1619 Project are a danger to the future of American democracy. AM560 Radio's "The Answer" in Chicago hosted this event. Sponsor: Freedom Summit
Topics: new york, chicago, trump, nicole hannah jones, tucker, adam schiff, limbaugh, stephanie, george...
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Authors Bakari Sellers, D. Watkins and Keith Boykin discussed race relations in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: keith, bakari, joe biden, watkins, new york, kamala harris, barack obama, washington, south...
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The 14th amendment was the subject of law professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick's book, "The Original Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment." Georgetown University Law Center constitutional law professor Randy Barnett and Northern Illinois University College of Law professor Evan Bernick was interviewed by Yale Law professor John Witt. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: randy, evan, victoria woodhull, randy barnett, evan bernick, philadelphia, frederick douglass,...
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Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) executive director Charles Love argued that Black Lives Matter and the 1619 Project are a danger to the future of American democracy. AM560 Radio's "The Answer" in Chicago hosted this event. Sponsor: Freedom Summit
Topics: new york, chicago, trump, nicole hannah jones, tucker, lori, washington, limbaugh, stephanie,...
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Authors Bakari Sellers, D. Watkins and Keith Boykin discussed race relations in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: keith, bakari, joe biden, washington, new york, kamala harris, watkins, barack obama, south...
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Publishing industry news and insider interviews, and a look at current non-fiction books featured on C-SPAN's BookTV for the week of January 9, 2022. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: miami, washington, mitch kaplan, peter, mitchell kaplan, mr. kaplan, joan didion, hurston, barbara...
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Johns Hopkins University President Ronald Daniels offered his thoughts on the role of higher education in modern democracy. The SNF Agora Institute at Johns Hopkins University hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Johns Hopkins University
Topics: johns hopkins, hopkins, hopkins, miami
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Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski offered her thoughts on feminism, beauty as a commodity, and the treatment of women by men. The Sixth and I Historic Synagogue in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Sixth and I Historic Synagogue
Topics: emily, emily ratajkowski, new york, washington, c-span
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Outside magazine correspondent Brendan Borrell chronicled the development and manufacturing of vaccines to combat COVID-19. The St. Louis County Library hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: St. Louis County, MO | Library
Topics: fda, biden, cdc, new york, brendan borrell, michael callahan, sanofi
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Sharri Markson, investigations editor at the Australian and host of Sky News Australia's "Sharri," talked about the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak and presented arguments that the virus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. This virtual event was hosted by the Hudson Institute in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Hudson Institute
Topics: china, wuhan, australia, washington, fbi, hudson, afghanistan, david, scott morrison, biden, glenn...
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Joe Weisberg, creator of the TV series "The Americans," discussed his book "Russia Upside Down," a critique of U.S. policy towards Russia. This virtual event was hosted by the Commonwealth Club of California. Sponsor: Commonwealth Club of California
Topics: russia, kgb, cia, putin, soviet union, afghanistan, china, germany, san francisco, vietnam, europe,...
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Retired Army Lt. Col. Donald Snedeker ("Blackhorse Tales"), retired Army Col. L. Scott Lingamfelter ("Desert Redleg"), and Peter Svoboda ("Headhunter") discussed their books on the reality of war. This event was part of the Association of the United States Army annual meeting held in Washington, DC. Sponsor: Association of the U.S. Army
Topics: vietnam, iraq, kuwait, scott, joe, diane, mike dotson, saudi arabia, c-span, germany, usa, brian...
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The 14th amendment was the subject of law professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick's book, "The Original Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment." Georgetown University Law Center constitutional law professor Randy Barnett and Northern Illinois University College of Law professor Evan Bernick was interviewed by Yale Law professor John Witt. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: randy, evan, victoria woodhull, philadelphia, frederick douglass, brazil, ku klux, c-span
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Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) executive director Charles Love argued that Black Lives Matter and the 1619 Project are a danger to the future of American democracy. AM560 Radio's "The Answer" in Chicago hosted this event. Sponsor: Freedom Summit
Topics: new york, chicago, washington, trump, nicole hannah jones, tucker, adam schiff, limbaugh,...
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Authors Bakari Sellers, D. Watkins and Keith Boykin discussed race relations in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: bakari, keith, joe biden, watkins, new york, kamala harris, barack obama, south carolina, haiti,...
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The 14th amendment was the subject of law professors Randy Barnett and Evan Bernick's book, "The Original Meaning of the Fourteenth Amendment." Georgetown University Law Center constitutional law professor Randy Barnett and Northern Illinois University College of Law professor Evan Bernick was interviewed by Yale Law professor John Witt. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Book TV
Topics: randy, evan, victoria woodhull, randy barnett, evan bernick, philadelphia, frederick douglass,...
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Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) executive director Charles Love argued that Black Lives Matter and the 1619 Project are a danger to the future of American democracy. AM560 Radio's "The Answer" in Chicago hosted this event. Sponsor: Freedom Summit
Topics: new york, chicago, trump, nicole hannah jones, tucker, lori, washington, limbaugh, stephanie,...
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Authors Bakari Sellers, D. Watkins and Keith Boykin discussed race relations in America. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, D.C. hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore
Topics: keith, bakari, joe biden, washington, new york, kamala harris, watkins, barack obama, south...
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Historian and author Richard Norton Smith talked about running presidential libraries, teaching at George Mason University, his biograpy of Robert McCormick, humility, his views on religion, having a heart attack and more. He spoke with Brian Lamb in three multi-hour sessions between 2017 and 2018. This is part two of the 8-hour discussion. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: illinois, boston, springfield, washington, madill, chicago, mccormick, michigan, london,...
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Authorized in 1776 by the Continental Congress, the 2nd Canadian Regiment was the first national unit in the American Army. Author Holly Mayer described the role of "Congress's Own" in the American Revolution. The Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Museum of the American Revolution
Topics: hazen, canada, continental, washington, hawkins, pennsylvania, philadelphia, albany, connecticut,...
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Historians and museum professionals talked about historic preservation and natural resource conservation efforts in the Great Dismal Swamp, located on the border of Virginia and North Carolina. This virtual program was hosted by Preservation Virginia. Sponsor: Preservation Virginia
Topics: virginia, north carolina, grandy, chris, smith, mark wagner, john smith, michigan, zambia, patrick...
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Law and history professor George William Van Cleve explored what he sees as the flaws in the United States Constitution. He was in conversation with William Treanor, dean of Georgetown Law School. This virtual program was hosted by James Madison's Montpelier in Virginia. Sponsor: Montpelier Foundation, The
Topics: virginia, california, george, new york, emily, washington, kentucky, philadelphia, maryland,...
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Patricia O'Toole recounted the struggle between President Woodrow Wilson and Senate Majority Leader Henry Cabot Lodge over ratification of the 1919 Versailles Treaty, which ended World War I and created the League of Nations. She is the author of "The Moralist: Woodrow Wilson and the World He Made." The Massachusetts Historical Society hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Massachusetts Historical Society
Topics: wilson, germany, harding, white house, france, woodrow wilson, washington, italy, navy, lbj,...
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Historian Rebecca DeWolff looked at the drafting and attempted ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, a proposed addition to the U.S. Constitution, originally introduced in 1923 that guarantees equal rights for women. This was a virtual event hosted by American University's Women & Politics Institute. Sponsor: American University | Women and Politics Institute
Topics: alice paul, national women 's, white house, washington, nwp, eisenhower, rebecca, eleanor...
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A group of scholars explored the history of the Mayflower Compact, the document signed by the Mayflower passengers shortly before their arrival in North America in 1620, and what lessons can be learned from it today. This program was co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation, Museum of the Bible, and Religious Freedom Institute. Sponsor: Museum of the Bible
Topics: stephen hopkins, england, allen, roger williams, washington, eric patterson, hopkins, rome, john...
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St. Joseph's University professor Katherine Sibley taught a class about African American women who were writers and artists during the early Civil Rights era. She described the contributions and careers of Billie Holiday, Pauli Murray, Anne Moody, and Nina Simone. Sponsor: St. Joseph's University
Topics: new york, mississippi, murray, pauli murray, north carolina, virginia, lorraine hansberry, nina...
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Historian Rebecca DeWolff looked at the drafting and attempted ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, a proposed addition to the U.S. Constitution, originally introduced in 1923 that guarantees equal rights for women. This was a virtual event hosted by American University's Women & Politics Institute. Sponsor: American University | Women and Politics Institute
Topics: alice paul, eisenhower, national women 's, washington, nwp, rebecca, eleanor roosevelt, levitt,...
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A group of scholars explored the history of the Mayflower Compact, the document signed by the Mayflower passengers shortly before their arrival in North America in 1620, and what lessons can be learned from it today. This program was co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation, Museum of the Bible, and Religious Freedom Institute. Sponsor: Museum of the Bible
Topics: stephen hopkins, england, washington, roger williams, eric patterson, allen, rome, new york,...
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St. Joseph's University professor Katherine Sibley taught a class about African American women who were writers and artists during the early Civil Rights era. She described the contributions and careers of Billie Holiday, Pauli Murray, Anne Moody, and Nina Simone. Sponsor: St. Joseph's University
Topics: new york, mississippi, murray, pauli murray, north carolina, lorraine hansberry, nina simone,...
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Historian and author Richard Norton Smith talked about running presidential libraries, teaching at George Mason University, his biograpy of Robert McCormick, humility, his views on religion, having a heart attack and more. He spoke with Brian Lamb in three multi-hour sessions between 2017 and 2018. This is part two of the 8-hour discussion. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: illinois, boston, springfield, washington, madill, chicago, mccormick, michigan, london,...
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Authorized in 1776 by the Continental Congress, the 2nd Canadian Regiment was the first national unit in the American Army. Author Holly Mayer described the role of "Congress's Own" in the American Revolution. The Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia hosted this virtual program. Sponsor: Museum of the American Revolution
Topics: hazen, canada, continental, washington, hawkins, pennsylvania, philadelphia, albany, connecticut,...
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Historians and museum professionals talked about historic preservation and natural resource conservation efforts in the Great Dismal Swamp, located on the border of Virginia and North Carolina. This virtual program was hosted by Preservation Virginia. Sponsor: Preservation Virginia
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Law and history professor George William Van Cleve explored what he sees as the flaws in the United States Constitution. He was in conversation with William Treanor, dean of Georgetown Law School. This virtual program was hosted by James Madison's Montpelier in Virginia. Sponsor: Montpelier Foundation, The
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Patricia O'Toole recounted the struggle between President Woodrow Wilson and Senate Majority Leader Henry Cabot Lodge over ratification of the 1919 Versailles Treaty, which ended World War I and created the League of Nations. She is the author of "The Moralist: Woodrow Wilson and the World He Made." The Massachusetts Historical Society hosted this virtual event. Sponsor: Massachusetts Historical Society
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Historian Rebecca DeWolff looked at the drafting and attempted ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, a proposed addition to the U.S. Constitution, originally introduced in 1923 that guarantees equal rights for women. This was a virtual event hosted by American University's Women & Politics Institute. Sponsor: American University | Women and Politics Institute
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A group of scholars explored the history of the Mayflower Compact, the document signed by the Mayflower passengers shortly before their arrival in North America in 1620, and what lessons can be learned from it today. This program was co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation, Museum of the Bible, and Religious Freedom Institute. Sponsor: Museum of the Bible
Topics: stephen hopkins, england, allen, roger williams, washington, eric patterson, hopkins, rome, john...
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St. Joseph's University professor Katherine Sibley taught a class about African American women who were writers and artists during the early Civil Rights era. She described the contributions and careers of Billie Holiday, Pauli Murray, Anne Moody, and Nina Simone. Sponsor: St. Joseph's University
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Historian Rebecca DeWolff looked at the drafting and attempted ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, a proposed addition to the U.S. Constitution, originally introduced in 1923 that guarantees equal rights for women. This was a virtual event hosted by American University's Women & Politics Institute. Sponsor: American University | Women and Politics Institute
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A group of scholars explored the history of the Mayflower Compact, the document signed by the Mayflower passengers shortly before their arrival in North America in 1620, and what lessons can be learned from it today. This program was co-hosted by the Heritage Foundation, Museum of the Bible, and Religious Freedom Institute. Sponsor: Museum of the Bible
Topics: stephen hopkins, england, washington, roger williams, eric patterson, allen, rome, new york,...
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St. Joseph's University professor Katherine Sibley taught a class about African American women who were writers and artists during the early Civil Rights era. She described the contributions and careers of Billie Holiday, Pauli Murray, Anne Moody, and Nina Simone. Sponsor: St. Joseph's University
Topics: new york, centerville, katherine, lorraine hansberry
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The Heritage Foundation hosted a symposium on the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. During this session, a panel of legal experts discussed advocacy in the Supreme Court under Justice Thomas. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation,George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School | C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State
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