Attend a panel discussion about the role the media has played in the mud-slinging of this election and the implications for future races.
Updated Oct. 27, 2016
Note: Because of the overwhelming response to the program, we are no longer taking ticket requests or placing people on a wait-list. We have reached capacity. The program will be live-streamed on the Newseum website, broadcast on the big screen in the Newseum atrium, and on C-Span.
You and your students are invited to a “Civility in Presidential Election Discourse,” sponsored by the Newseum and the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication at Franklin Pierce University.
- Date: Friday, Oct. 28, 2016
- Time: 11 a.m. to noon
- Location: Newseum Knight Studio, 555 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Washington, D.C.
- Cost: Free
Join us as we unpack the insights of leaders in politics and the media. On the panel:
- Hadas Gold of Politico
- Callum Borchers of The Fix at The Washington Post
- Bill Miller of No Labels and an executive with Business Roundtable
- Alexander Heffner, host of the PBS show “Open Mind”
- professor Jed Donelan of the New England Center for Civic Life at Franklin Pierce University
They’ll discuss how students can excavate the meaty issues from the political mud. Leave with new ideas on how today’s youth can revive civility and ensure the health of our democracy.
To participate in this free program, request tickets via our online RSVP form, phone at 202/292-6650, or email email@example.com.
After the program:
- Explore the ways digital and social media have transformed how candidates campaign at the “CNN Politics Campaign 2016: Like, Share, Elect” exhibit.
- Delve into one of the most tumultuous and trying chapters in American history at the “1776 – Breaking News: Independence” exhibit.
- Learn how the press has historically covered the presidency using our “The Press and the Presidency” gallery guide.
Assistance (e.g. ASL interpretation, assistive listening, description) for Teacher Open House can be arranged with at least seven business days’ notice. Please contact AccessUs at AccessUs@newseum.org or by calling 202/292-6453.