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October 2016 E-Newsletter

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Newseum Education — October 2016

We’ve got you covered in the final weeks of the presidential race.

Open House Recap
Get links to our exhibits, classes, activities and online resources addressed at our Teacher Open House.
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Literary Literacy
A student scours NewseumED artifacts to find real-life connections to classics, such as “The Great Gatsby” and “The Jungle.”
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New on NewseumED
A newspaper reprints Frederick Douglass’s letter to his former owner: “I am your fellow man, but not your slave.”
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Did You Know…
D.C. metro area schools get free admission at the Newseum, thanks to a program sponsored by WTOP 103.5 FM.
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