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