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Black History Month Resources

Check out our extensive resources online and at the Newseum to explore the struggle for racial equality. Among them:

  • Explore a searchable timeline featuring over 200 historical front pages, videos and photographs from the civil rights movement.
  • Compare newspapers' front page coverage of civil rights milestones across the country with our media map.
  • View "The Press and the Civil Rights Movement" video, with accompanying lesson plan.

See our compilation of resources >



Girl Scout Day March 3

Enjoy crafts, games, tours and more at a fun-filled day for scouts. Special $11 admission fee for girls, leaders and their families.

Event and ticket info  >



New on NewseumED

Two activities from our "Headlines That Changed History" poster explore turning points and journalism as the first rough draft of history.

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On the Road

On the Road — Winter Stops

We'll be busy exhibiting and/or presenting on fake news and our media literacy resources at conferences from coast-to-coast.

Where to find us >



Ruth Snyder: DEAD!

Ninety years ago, the Daily News splashed a sensational photo of an execution on its front page. Use our lesson plan to debate the ethical issues.

View the case study  >


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