Television Archive News Search Service (2024)

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1 1.0

The Presidency John F. Kennedy's Early Life : CSPAN3 : June 22, 2021 9:01pm-9:45pm EDT

Jun 23, 2021 06/21

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National Park Service ranger Jason Atsales gave a look inside President Kennedy's Brookline, Massachusetts birthplace, and talked about how JFK's childhood experiences shaped his life. The home where the 35th president was born on May 29, 1917 is now the John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site. The White House Historical Association hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: kennedy, kennedys, jfk, brookline, boston, john f. kennedy, mrs. kennedy, jack, jack kennedy,...
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4 4.0

Attempts to Overthrow Cuban Leader Fidel Castro : CSPAN3 : July 7, 2021 11:46pm-1:19am EDT

Jul 8, 2021 07/21

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Sponsor: Smithsonian Associates,International Spy Museum
Topics: castro, cuba, miami, fidel castro, washington, cia, moscow, new york, khrushchev, smithsonian,...
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FBI Director Christopher Wray Testifies on U.S. Capitol Attack : CSPAN3 : June 21, 2021 11:48am-1:48pm EDT

Jun 21, 2021 06/21

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FBI Director Christopher Wray testified before the House Oversight and Reform Committee on the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. After a brief break, the director continued responding to questions regarding the FBI's role in alerting various government agencies about the threat of violence prior to January 6. Director Wray also responded to questions about the killing of Ashli Babbitt, using social media to investigate potential security threats, cybersecurity, and the investigation into...
Topics: fbi, wray, trump, d.c., piatt, pyatt, madame chair, donald trump, white house, bowser, d.c....
Source: Comcast Cable

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3 3.0

Jun 18, 2021 06/21

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Health & Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra testified on President Biden's 2022 budget request for the agency. Topics he engaged with lawmakers on included the impact of unaccompanied minors at the border, the foster care system, pandemic preparedness, health care data collection and insurance coverage gaps. Sponsor: House Ways and Means Committee
Topics: biden, california, cdc, becerra, texas, china, hhs, mr. doggett, pennsylvania, brady, washington,...
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7 7.0

Jun 26, 2021 06/21

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Jerry Enzler discussed his book "Jim Bridger: Trailblazer of the American West." Bridger was a trader and guide who traveled across much of the Western wilderness from the 1820s to 1868. The Kansas City Public Library hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Kansas City (MO) Public Library
Topics: bridger, jim bridger, missouri, kansas city, bridgers, washington, laramie, illinois, virginia,...
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1 1.0

Jun 16, 2021 06/21

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Bill Mauldin served in the 45th Infantry Division during World War II and gained fame and the Pulitzer Prize for his "Willie and Joe" cartoons chronicling the everyday experiences of American troops at the front. Mauldin biographer Todd DePastino talked about the editorial cartoonist's life and work, including his postwar career during which he received a second Pulitzer. This conversation was part of annual conference hosted by the National World War II Museum, which provided this...
Topics: willie, rob, italy, ernie pyle, schultz, soviet union, mauldin, mexico, europe, united nations,...
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1 1.0

Jun 12, 2021 06/21

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First ladies scholars reconsidered the lives and legacies of Sarah Polk, Mary Lincoln and Lady Bird Johnson. They looked at how they were viewed in their own times, and how history remembers them. This was the second panel from a daylong symposium co-hosted by American University's First Ladies Initiative and the White House Historical Association, which provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association,American University First Ladies Initiative
Topics: white house, sarah, johnson, washington, james, vietnam, lbj, mary, julia, linden, robert, chicago,...
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1 1.0

Teaching American History : CSPAN3 : June 20, 2021 3:00pm-3:50pm EDT

Jun 20, 2021 06/21

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The Heritage Foundation hosted a panel on the challenges facing the American history curriculum in public education. Panelists discussed how parents and others can get involved in what children are learning about the past. The Foundation provided the video. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: joseph, charlotte, darryl, florida, loconte, france, washington, ohio, poland, darryle, virginia
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3 3.0

Lectures in History The Promise of Suburbia : CSPAN3 : June 13, 2021 12:00am-1:21am EDT

Jun 13, 2021 06/21

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Professor Nathan Connolly is an expert on the history of American property rights and the role of land and property rights in the making of racial categories. He showed slides as he lectured to his class about the "promise of suburbia" in America after the civil rights movement. There are audio difficulties in the program for two minutes. This program contains language which some may find offensive. Sponsor: Johns Hopkins University | Department of History
Topics: suburbia, charlotte, baltimore, miami, north carolina, naacp, connelly, california, lassiter, new...
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1 1.0

David Zucchino, "Wilmington's Lie" : CSPAN3 : June 19, 2021 6:59pm-8:01pm EDT

Jun 19, 2021 06/21

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Author and journalist David Zucchino detailed how over 2,000 white supremacists rioted through Wilmington, North Carolina, on November 10, 1898, which resulted in the deaths of 60 black men and the displacement of hundreds of African American families. Sponsor: Quail Ridge Books
Topics: wilmington, north carolina, raleigh, daniels, josephus daniels, david zucchino, new york, mckinley,...
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8 8.0

Jun 19, 2021 06/21

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A panel of scholars discussed the relationship between American literature and the Constitution. They argued that this intersection is where ideas on American democracy are expressed and disseminated to the public. The National Constitution Center hosted this program and provided the video. Sponsor: National Constitution Center
Topics: mr. rosen, defoe, jefferson, robinson, bernadette, zuckert, marshall, lacroix, virginia, moyler,...
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3 3.0

The Presidency Thomas Jefferson and Abigail Adams : CSPAN3 : June 29, 2021 8:56am-9:44am EDT

Jun 29, 2021 06/21

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Historical interpreters Bill Barker and Abigail Schumann brought Thomas Jefferson and Abigail Adams to life in a candid conversation ranging from the personal to the political. Thomas Jefferson's Monticello hosted this program and provided the video. Sponsor: Monticello
Topics: mrs. adams, mr. jefferson, mr. adams, england, france, monticello, new york, john adams, jefferson,...
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Hearing on Crack Cocaine Sentencing : CSPAN3 : June 23, 2021 5:14pm-8:02pm EDT

Jun 23, 2021 06/21

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Regina LaBelle, acting director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, and Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) joined other expert witnesses to testify on sentencing guidelines for crack vs. powder cocaine possession and what Congress can do to reduce sentencing disparity between the two. Matthew Charles, who was convicted for crack cocaine possession and sentenced to more than 30 years in prison, spoke about the disparity and the need for changes. The Senate Judiciary...
Topics: grassley, booker, hutchinson, durbin, biden, labelle, texas, colombia, mexico, arkansas, cornyn,...
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6 6.0

Hearing on Curbing Justice Dept.'s Power to Access Private Communications : CSPAN3 : July 14, 2021 1:55am-5:21am EDT

Jul 14, 2021 07/21

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Legal experts testified about the Justice Department's practice of accessing the data of journalists, elected leaders and private citizens. Microsoft Vice President of Customer Security and Trust Tom Burt testified before the House Judiciary Committee about the number of requests for customer data his company receives, which he said has been as many as 3,500 in a year. Mr. Burt criticized the government's use of gag orders, which prevent Microsoft from informing users the government requested...
Topics: microsoft, turley, new york, ms. burton, ms. oberlander, doj, washington, jordan, obama, pentagon,...
Source: Comcast Cable

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5 5.0

The Presidency First Ladies : CSPAN3 : June 26, 2021 2:21am-3:02am EDT

Jun 26, 2021 06/21

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From the days of Martha Washington, America's first ladies have been public figures. Betty Boyd Caroli talked about how Mrs. Washington and her successors defined their unique position. She is the author of "First Ladies: The Ever-Changing Role, From Martha Washington to Melania Trump." The White House Historical Association provided this video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: white house, eleanor roosevelt, washington, johnson, helen taft, betty, franklin, julia grant,...
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The Presidency First Lady Nancy Reagan : CSPAN3 : June 25, 2021 9:19pm-10:26pm EDT

Jun 26, 2021 06/21

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Washington Post columnist Karen Tumulty talked with White House Historical Association President Stewart McLaurin about reconsidering Nancy Reagan's legacy. Ms. Tumulty is the author of "The Triumph of Nancy Reagan." This conversation is from a daylong symposium co-hosted by American University's First Ladies Initiative and the White House Historical Association, which provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association,American University First Ladies Initiative
Topics: reagan, nancy reagan, ronald reagan, nancy, washington, white house, jackie kennedy, schultz,...
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Life After the Declaration of Independence : CSPAN3 : July 5, 2021 1:55pm-3:36pm EDT

Jul 5, 2021 07/21

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Historians discussed the lives of loyalists, Native Americans and African Americans in the aftermath of the July 4, 1776 Declaration of Independence. This discussion was part of a conference hosted by the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic. Sponsor: Society for Historians of the Early American Republic
Topics: jefferson, payne, south carolina, virginia, continental, britain, annette, washington, thomas...
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David Zucchino, "Wilmington's Lie" : CSPAN3 : June 27, 2021 11:00am-12:02pm EDT

Jun 27, 2021 06/21

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Author and journalist David Zucchino detailed how over 2,000 white supremacists rioted through Wilmington, North Carolina, on November 10, 1898, which resulted in the deaths of 60 black men and the displacement of hundreds of African American families. Sponsor: Quail Ridge Books
Topics: wilmington, north carolina, raleigh, daniels, josephus daniels, new york, mckinley, david zucchino,...
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9 9.0

Reel America "A Time to Heal - Gerald Ford's America" : CSPAN3 : June 30, 2021 10:32pm-10:55pm EDT

Jul 1, 2021 07/21

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This President Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum film tells the life story of President Ford and features the events related to Watergate and the 1974 resignation of President Richard Nixon. Sponsor: Ford (Gerald R.) Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: nixon, white house, michigan, washington d.c., washington, gerald, ford, vietnam, new york,...
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1 1.0

Jun 26, 2021 06/21

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A panel of first ladies scholars talked about the work of Jacqueline Kennedy, Lady Bird Johnson and Pat Nixon to preserve the historic nature of the White House -- and how that work reflected Cold War politics, a focus on American art and the needs of the disabled. This panel is from a daylong symposium co-hosted by American University's First Ladies Initiative and the White House Historical Association, which provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association,American University...
Topics: white house, mrs. johnson, kennedy, mrs. kennedy, nixon, mrs. nixon, johnson, jackie, nancy,...
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2 2.0

Jun 26, 2021 06/21

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A panel of first ladies scholars talked about the work of Jacqueline Kennedy, Lady Bird Johnson and Pat Nixon to preserve the historic nature of the White House -- and how that work reflected Cold War politics, a focus on American art and the needs of the disabled. This panel is from a daylong symposium co-hosted by American University's First Ladies Initiative and the White House Historical Association, which provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association,American University...
Topics: white house, mrs. johnson, kennedy, mrs. kennedy, nixon, johnson, mrs. nixon, jackie, nancy,...
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Jul 2, 2021 07/21

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On May 31st, 1921, tensions over the arrest of a young black man for his interactions with a white woman led to an armed mob of white men marching on the predominantly African American Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Over the next day, the neighborhood known as "Black Wall Street" was burned to the ground and hundreds of African Americans were killed. Historian Scott Ellsworth discussed the impact of the massacre and the people seeking justice for the victims and their...
Topics: tulsa, greenwood, oklahoma, don ross, london, chicago, nancy, washington, greenland, new york,...
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1776 Battle of Trenton Myths : CSPAN3 : July 5, 2021 9:50am-10:44am EDT

Jul 5, 2021 07/21

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National Park Service historian Mark Maloy talked about several myths surrounding the 1776 Battle of Trenton, including whether or not the Hessians, German mercenary soldiers, were really drunk during George Washington's attack. The Office of Historic Alexandria, in partnership with Emerging Revolutionary War, hosted this talk and provided the video. Sponsor: Gadsby's Tavern Museum,Emerging Revolutionary War
Topics: washington, trenton, delaware, pennsylvania, new york, princeton, princeton, new jersey, germany,...
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Hearing on Curbing Justice Dept.'s Power to Access Private Communications : CSPAN3 : July 13, 2021 2:04pm-5:30pm EDT

Jul 13, 2021 07/21

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Legal experts testified about the Justice Department's practice of accessing the data of journalists, elected leaders and private citizens. Microsoft Vice President of Customer Security and Trust Tom Burt testified before the House Judiciary Committee about the number of requests for customer data his company receives, which he said has been as many as 3,500 in a year. Mr. Burt criticized the government's use of gag orders, which prevent Microsoft from informing users the government requested...
Topics: turley, microsoft, mr. burt, doj, burton, tucker carlson, washington, obama, ms. oberlander,...
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5 5.0

Union General John Logan : CSPAN3 : July 4, 2021 4:56pm-6:00pm EDT

Jul 4, 2021 07/21

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John Logan was a three-term Senator from Illinois and a general during the Civil War, having served under William Tec*mseh Sherman and Ulysses S. Grant. Though he fought for the Union, Logan was an outspoken supporter of slavery and fugitive slave laws. During his Civil War service, his views changed and he became an advocate for the rights of African Americans. Gary Ecelbarger discussed how this change came about and the impact it had on his life and career. Mr. Ecelbarger is the author of...
Topics: logan, logan, illinois, gary, washington, atlanta, howard, john logan, virginia, logan, new york,...
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9 9.0

History Bookshelf Jim Rasenberger, "The Brilliant Disaster" : CSPAN3 : July 7, 2021 9:02pm-10:05pm EDT

Jul 8, 2021 07/21

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Jim Rasenberger presents a history of the Bay of Pigs crisis. The failed military invasion of Cuba in 1961 that was supported by the United States government resulted in the capture or death of over 1,000 men. The author examines the Kennedy administration's slow divulgement of American involvement in the attempted incursion, which included U.S. military planning and support for the 1,400 Cuban exiles that were trained by the Central Intelligence Agency. Jim Rasenberger spoke and responded to...
Topics: cia, castro, kennedy, cuba, eisenhower, john kennedy, nixon, fidel castro, dulles, washington,...
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6 6.0

Jul 7, 2021 07/21

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Gettysburg College professor Allen Guelzo teaches a class on Abraham Lincoln, his views on slavery, and the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision. He describes Lincoln's upbringing and career path that led him to debates with Stephen Douglas during an 1858 U.S. Senate race, where one of the main topics was the issue of slavery in the United States. He also talks about how the Dred Scott case served to polarize political views on whether new states admitted to the Union would allow slavery. Sponsor:...
Topics: kansas, scott, illinois, douglass, lincoln, stephen a. douglass, lincoln, missouri, taney, abraham...
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1776 Battle of Trenton Myths : CSPAN3 : July 2, 2021 9:36pm-10:30pm EDT

Jul 3, 2021 07/21

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National Park Service historian Mark Maloy talked about several myths surrounding the 1776 Battle of Trenton, including whether or not the Hessians, German mercenary soldiers, were really drunk during George Washington's attack. The Office of Historic Alexandria, in partnership with Emerging Revolutionary War, hosted this talk and provided the video. Sponsor: Gadsby's Tavern Museum,Emerging Revolutionary War
Topics: washington, delaware, trenton, pennsylvania, new jersey, virginia, princeton, continental, new...
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Jul 2, 2021 07/21

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On May 31st, 1921, tensions over the arrest of a young black man for his interactions with a white woman led to an armed mob of white men marching on the predominantly African American Greenwood District in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Over the next day, the neighborhood known as "Black Wall Street" was burned to the ground and hundreds of African Americans were killed. Historian Scott Ellsworth discussed the impact of the massacre and the people seeking justice for the victims and their...
Topics: tulsa, greenwood, oklahoma, don ross, nancy, london, w.d. williams, chicago, don, p.m. eastern on...
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6 6.0

Reel America "The Whole World is Watching" - 1971 : CSPAN3 : July 8, 2021 11:05pm-11:36pm EDT

Jul 9, 2021 07/21

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This film by the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department documents a series of anti-Vietnam War actions by about 45,000 protesters in 1971. Blocking access to government buildings and disrupting traffic, activists sought to "shut down the federal government" as stated in their widely-circulated "May Day Tactical Manual." On May 3, 1971, more than 7,000 protesters were arrested for failing to leave their campsites in West Potomac Park - the largest mass arrest in U.S....
Topics: washington, potomac park, wilson
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Civil Rights Activism : CSPAN3 : July 11, 2021 10:00pm-11:01pm EDT

Jul 12, 2021 07/21

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Fred Gray is a longtime civil rights attorney from Montgomery, Alabama. Some of his notable clients included Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, and other participants of the mid-1950's Montgomery bus boycott. He recalled his early career in Alabama and the fight for racial equality. The National Archives Foundation hosted this program and provided the video. Sponsor: National Archives Foundation
Topics: alabama, montgomery, king, john lewis, claudette coleman, joann, martin luther king, e.d. nixon,...
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Reel America "Cuba, Bay of Pigs" - 1964 : CSPAN3 : July 8, 2021 8:39am-9:10am EDT

Jul 8, 2021 07/21

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Originally broadcast as an NBC "White Paper," this Encyclopaedia Britannica edited classroom version of the report tells the story of the failed April 17-19, 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion. The documentary examines various exiled groups opposed to the Castro government, the CIA's role in helping to train, equip, and organize an invasion force, and President Kennedy's decision not to deploy the U.S. military when the plan faltered. Sponsor: Encyclopaedia Britannica Films
Topics: castro, cia, cuba, white house, havana, washington, kennedy, comcast
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Jul 15, 2021 07/21

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Army Secretary Christine Wormuth and Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville testified on the president's 2022 budget before the House Armed Services Committee. Several issues were addressed including systemic racism and suicide prevention, the handling of sexual assault crimes, poor housing conditions for military families, and modernizing the Army's defense capabilities. Several members said the president's proposed budget was not enough to support today's Army modernization efforts. Sponsor:...
Topics: china, mcconville, wormouth, pacific, wormuth, russia, hawaii, europe, millie, rogers, pentagon,...
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FBI Director Testifies on 2022 Budget : CSPAN3 : July 14, 2021 11:47pm-1:17am EDT

Jul 15, 2021 07/21

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FBI Director Christopher Wray testified on the president's 2022 budget request for the agency before the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Justice and Related Agencies. Director Wray raised concerns with lawmakers on the uptick in violence against law enforcement nationwide. He called the surge "troubling" and said about two officers are murdered per week. Other topics discussed included the January 6 Capitol attack, spike in violent crimes, gun background checks and agency...
Topics: fbi, wray, moran, russia, kennedy, china, shaheen, kansas city, wichita, d.c., miami, putin,...
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American Artifacts Hermione French Sailing Ship : CSPAN3 : July 4, 2021 10:00pm-10:58pm EDT

Jul 5, 2021 07/21

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Events were shown surrounding the arrival from France of a replica of the 18th century sailing ship that brought General Marquis de Lafayette to the United States in 1780. He brought news that the French government would be sending thousands of soldiers and sailors and dozens of ships to help in the fight against the British. This program included scenes of the arrival, interviews with crew members and the president of the American Friends of L'Hermione, and portions of speeches by French and...
Topics: washington, france, lafayette, yorktown, virginia, atlantic, continental, marquis, paris,...
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The Presidency James Hoban Gravesite Ceremony : CSPAN3 : July 4, 2021 9:14pm-9:41pm EDT

Jul 5, 2021 07/21

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To commemorate its 60th anniversary and the publication of "James Hoban: Designer & Builder of the White House," the White House Historical Association paid tribute to the Irish immigrant at Hoban's Washington, D.C. gravesite. The Irish ambassador to the United States spoke about his countryman. The White House Historical Association hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: james hoban, ireland, patrick, white house, washington, white house historical association, hoban,...
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Peter Coleman, "The Way Out - How to Overcome Toxic Polarization" : CSPAN3 : July 10, 2021 4:06pm-5:42pm EDT

Jul 10, 2021 07/21

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Columbia University professor Peter Coleman shared his thoughts on how Americans can move away from toxic polarization. This virtual program was hosted by Columbia University's School of Professional Studies in New York City. Sponsor: Columbia University | Advanced Consortium on Cooperation, Conflict, and Complexity,Columbia University | School of Professional Studies
Topics: peter, john paul, washington, coleman, columbia, reagan, c-span, peter coleman, npr, comcast,...
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Reel America "The Whole World is Watching" - 1971 : CSPAN3 : July 9, 2021 10:15am-10:45am EDT

Jul 9, 2021 07/21

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This film by the Washington, DC Metropolitan Police Department documents a series of anti-Vietnam War actions by about 45,000 protesters in 1971. Blocking access to government buildings and disrupting traffic, activists sought to "shut down the federal government" as stated in their widely-circulated "May Day Tactical Manual." On May 3, 1971, more than 7,000 protesters were arrested for failing to leave their campsites in West Potomac Park - the largest mass arrest in U.S....
Topics: washington, james hoban, potomac park, wilson, white house, c-span
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4 4.0

Jacqueline Kennedy Televised White House Tour : CSPAN3 : July 9, 2021 9:45pm-10:40pm EDT

Jul 10, 2021 07/21

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Then White House curator William Allman talked about first lady Jacqueline Kennedy's extensive White House restoration and the evolution of the Executive Mansion's collection. This 2012 presentation at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum marked the 50th anniversary of her televised February 14, 1962 guided tour, which was watched by millions and later awarded an honorary Emmy. This video is courtesy of the Kennedy library. Sponsor: Kennedy (John F.) Presidential Library and...
Topics: white house, mrs. kennedy, kennedy, truman, boston, washington, new york, cbs, john f. kennedy,...
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Hearing on Resiliency of Broadband Networks : CSPAN3 : July 16, 2021 7:06pm-9:24pm EDT

Jul 16, 2021 07/21

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Broadband and telecommunications representatives testified before a Senate subcommittee on broadband access and building resilient networks. Several questions focused on access in rural areas, public-private partnerships, the role of the FCC, and wireless communication issues after an extreme weather event, like wildfires. Sponsor: Senate Commerce, Science,and Transportation Subcommittee on Communication, Media, and Broadband
Topics: fcc, virginia, south dakota, johnson, thune, mr. adelstein, nevada, new mexico, sec, mexico, biden,...
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Jul 25, 2021 07/21

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Lincoln scholar Michael Burlingame talked about the complicated political and personal partnership between the 16th president and his wife. Drawing on 30 years of research, his book is "An American Marriage: The Untold Story of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd." The National Archives Foundation in Washington, D.C. hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: National Archives Foundation
Topics: lincoln, mary lincoln, herndon, lincoln, lincoln, washington, white house, mary todd, william...
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Jul 20, 2021 07/21

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Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg and industry experts discussed infrastructure investment and clean energy initiatives at a virtual event hosted by the Bipartisan Policy Center. In addition, panelists spoke about the infrastructure deal recently agreed to by the White House and a bipartisan group of senators. Sponsor: Bipartisan Policy Center
Topics: washington, virginia, buttigieg, liz, bob, dominion, jason, sasha, pete, europe
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Rep. Grace Meng Discussion on Anti-Asian Racism : CSPAN3 : July 22, 2021 11:51pm-12:50am EDT

Jul 23, 2021 07/21

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The American Constitutional Society hosted a virtual conversation on the rise of anti-Asian racism and violence in the country. Joining the discussion were Rep. Grace Meng (D-NY), California Supreme Court Judge Goodwin Liu, and Connecticut Attorney General William Tong. They discussed the rise of anti-Asian racism during the pandemic and how it came to be, the use of Japanese internment camps during World War II, recognizing casual racism in everyday life, and how to combat racist ideologies...
Topics: california, connecticut, atlanta, new york city, new york, san francisco, pacific, google,...
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Oral Histories Wally Funk : CSPAN3 : July 26, 2021 3:31am-4:24am EDT

Jul 26, 2021 07/21

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We hear about the NASA space program's earliest days from Wally Funk, one of 13 women selected to be the First Lady Astronaut Trainees, or "FLATs." This group of women is sometimes called the Mercury 13, as they underwent some of the same physiological tests as their male counterparts - the Mercury Seven astronauts. Unlike the Mercury Seven, however, these women never flew a NASA mission. Funk was interviewed as part of the NASA Johnson Space Center Oral History Collection. Sponsor:...
Topics: wally, russia, eileen, faa, nasa, jerry, california, moscow, oklahoma, va hospital, houston,...
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Lectures in History Philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois : CSPAN3 : July 25, 2021 10:57pm-12:03am EDT

Jul 26, 2021 07/21

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Georgetown University professor Maurice Jackson taught a class on the philosophy of W.E.B. Du Bois, an influential African American sociologist, author and civil rights activist in late-19th and early 20th centuries. He described Du Bois' early life, his role as an educator, and his relationship with other activists of the time. Sponsor: Georgetown University
Topics: washington, germany, naacp, ghana, w.e.b. dubois, harper, john brown, harvard, d.c., esther...
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James Banner, "The Ever-Changing Past" : CSPAN3 : July 26, 2021 12:28am-2:01am EDT

Jul 26, 2021 07/21

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James Banner is the author of "The Ever-Changing Past: Why All History is Revisionist History." He explained in this conversation that history has been continuously re-interpreted since the time of the ancient Greeks as perceptions and cultures evolve. The Wilson Center and National History Center hosted this event. Sponsor: Wilson (Woodrow) International Center for Scholars,National History Center
Topics: sarah, jim, roger, france, washington, howard zinn, jen, yale, roger brown, donald kagan, virginia,...
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Discussion on Proposals to Change Federal Courts Structure : CSPAN3 : July 27, 2021 6:08pm-7:27pm EDT

Jul 27, 2021 07/21

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The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy discussed various proposals to change the structure of the federal judiciary. These proposals include expansion of district and appellate courts including the Supreme Court, and term limits for judges. Rep. Mondaire Jones (D-NY) was among the panelists who articipated in the discussion. He said he hoped to introduce legislation on this topic in the future. Sponsor: American Constitution Society for Law and Policy
Topics: jones, chris, manchin, biden, nancy, michael, obama, california, mitch mcconnell, joe manchin,...
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Topgun - U.S. Navy Fighter Weapons School : CSPAN3 : August 4, 2021 8:57am-10:44am EDT

Aug 4, 2021 08/21

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Former Navy fighter pilot Dan Pedersen, the first Officer in Charge and co-founder of the U.S. Navy Fighter Weapons School, discussed his book "Top Gun: An American Story." In his illustrated talk about the program popularized by a Hollywood movie, he offered a first-hand account of its development. The Smithsonian Associates hosted this event. Sponsor: Smithsonian Associates
Topics: navy, vietnam, washington, larry, san diego, texas, john boyd, brown, north island, korea, dallas,...
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Oral Histories Former U.S. Senator Bob Dole : CSPAN3 : October 17, 2021 9:50am-11:03am EDT

Oct 17, 2021 10/21

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Former Senator Dole talked about his life and career. Topics included the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, his meeting with Saddam Hussein, the advice he gave President Clinton, his interest in Colin Powell as his presidential running mate, and his work with veterans. This interview with historian Richard Norton Smith is part of an oral history project at the Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas. Sponsor: Dole (Robert J.) Institute of Politics
Topics: bush, white house, reagan, kansas, hillary, new york, biden, ronald reagan, nafta, eisenhower,...
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Oct 28, 2021 10/21

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[LIVE] The CEOs of Exxon, BP, Shell and Chevron testify on climate change before the House Oversight and Reform Committee. Sponsor: House Oversight and Reform Committee
Topics: exxon, biden, mr. woods, paris, russia, chevron, mr. wirth, california, china, texas, trump,...
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Oct 18, 2021 10/21

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The House Oversight and Reform Committee held a hearing on abortion laws. During this part of the hearing, several members of congress testified to their experiences with abortion. Reps. Cori Bush (D-Missouri), Barbara Lee (D-California) and Pramila Jayapal (D-Washington) spoke in favor of pro-choice legislation and shared personal stories of their own abortions. Speaking in support of the pro-life movement, Rep. Kat Cammack (R-Florida) said she would not be here today if her own mother had...
Topics: texas, california, jackson, roe v. wade, brown, mexico, texas, biden, afghanistan, mississippi
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Elise Lemire, "Battle Green Vietnam" : CSPAN3 : October 15, 2021 10:25pm-11:28pm EDT

Oct 16, 2021 10/21

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SUNY professor Elise Lemire looked at the anti-war protest by the New England chapter of Vietnam Veterans Against the War over the 1971 Memorial Day weekend that resulted in the largest mass arrest in Massachusetts history. This was a virtual event hosted by the Concord Museum in Massachusetts. Sponsor: Concord Museum
Topics: vietnam, lexington, boston, bestor, elise, washington, betty levin, allison, lemaire,...
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Washington Journal : CSPAN3 : October 19, 2021 11:50am-2:23pm EDT

Oct 19, 2021 10/21

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Former OSHA administrator David Michaels discussed the Biden administration's upcoming Covid vaccination requirement at many private workplaces and former FEC and Institute for Free Speech chairman Brad Smith discussed free speech issues in the news.
Topics: osha, powell, biden, washington, brad smith, texas, virginia, c-span, david michaels, d.c., obama,...
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The Presidency Michael Giorgione, "Inside Camp David" : CSPAN3 : October 13, 2021 5:36pm-6:21pm EDT

Oct 13, 2021 10/21

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Retired Rear Admiral Michael Giorgione served as Camp David commander during the presidencies of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. He gave a behind-the-scenes account of the presidential getaway in his book, "Inside Camp David: The Private World of the Presidential Retreat." Sponsor: White House Historical Association
Topics: david, clinton, white house, eisenhower, carter, nixon, aspen, johnson, navy, mediacom, mike,...
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Evan Osnos, "Wildland - The Making of America's Fury" : CSPAN3 : October 24, 2021 6:55am-8:01am EDT

Oct 24, 2021 10/21

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Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Evan Osnos offered his thoughts on the political climate in America after having spent a decade abroad. Politics and Prose Bookstore in Washington, DC, Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and Books and Books Bookstore in Coral Gables, Florida, co-sponsored this virtual event. Sponsor: Politics and Prose Bookstore,Books and Books,Harvard Book Store
Topics: china, virginia, greenwich, chicago, washington, new yorker, d.c., brad
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Michael Malone, "The Big Score" : CSPAN3 : November 7, 2021 3:45am-5:01am EST

Nov 7, 2021 11/21

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Tech journalist and author Michael Malone chronicled the beginnings of Silicon Valley. This virtual event was provided by the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Sponsor: Computer History Museum
Topics: silicon valley, china, scott, steve, the valley, intel, taiwan, apple, california, el camino, d.c.,...
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Oct 28, 2021 10/21

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Rep. French Hill (R-AR) and a panel of experts joined the Center for Strategic and International Studies for a virtual conversation on U.S.-China economic competitiveness. A variety of topics were discussed including the development of artificial intelligence, the use and ethics of biotechnology, financial market systems, and the impacts associated with a de-coupling of U.S.-China partnerships. Sponsor: Center for Strategic and International Studies
Topics: china, stephanie, japan, washington, beijing, matt, taiwan, imf, eu, europe, dave, remco, stephanie...
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Discussion on the Role of the Presidency : CSPAN3 : November 5, 2021 7:11am-8:02am EDT

Nov 5, 2021 11/21

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The Heritage Foundation hosted a virtual discussion on the role of the presidency. They discussed the history behind the presidency and how its role has changed over the years. They also addressed presidential accountability, the powers afforded to the office, and the role that faith and the media play in the presidency. Sponsor: Heritage Foundation
Topics: guelzo, washington, spalding, dakota, sabrina, afghanistan, florida, pepperdine, england,...
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Voting Rights Experts Discuss Redistricting : CSPAN3 : November 15, 2021 8:01am-9:03am EST

Nov 15, 2021 11/21

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Voting rights experts joined the Federalist Society in a virtual discussion on the John. R. Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and possible effects on drawing voting districts. Sponsor: Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies
Topics: wice, mr. braden, maya, new york, washington, jeff, lyndon johnson, virginia, north carolina,...
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Tribute to Former California Governor Pete Wilson : CSPAN3 : November 1, 2021 6:00am-8:01am EDT

Nov 1, 2021 11/21

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Former Republican California Governor Pete Wilson was joined by former colleagues, family, and friends to reflect on his political career. He was governor of California from 1991-1999 after serving as U.S. Senator from 1983-1991. This event was hosted by the Richard Nixon Presidential Library in Yorba Linda, California. Sponsor: Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
Topics: pete wilson, california, pete, wilson, reagan, san diego, washington, los angeles, gayle, gayle...
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Ronald Reagan's "Tear Down This Wall" Speech : CSPAN3 : November 7, 2021 6:50pm-8:01pm EST

Nov 7, 2021 11/21

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President Reagan implored the Soviets in a June 12, 1987, Berlin speech to "Tear down this wall." The Hoover Institution and the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation & Institute hosted a look back at the evolution of that speech and its importance more than three decades later. Speakers included speech author Peter Robinson and Jamie Fly, Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty president. Sponsor: Hoover Institution at Stanford University
Topics: reagan, berlin, germany, gorbachev, ronald reagan, europe, china, jamie, mcmaster, washington, mr....
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Chinese American World War II Military Service : CSPAN3 : April 14, 2021 10:12pm-11:08pm EDT

Apr 15, 2021 04/21

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The National World War II Museum hosted an online panel discussion on efforts to document the more than 22,000 Chinese Americans who served in the U.S. armed forces in World War II. Speakers included an author of a book on the subject, a researcher who assisted her efforts, a Chinese American Vietnam War Veteran, and the daughter of one of the 22,000 veterans. They also discussed Chinese American contributions to the war effort and the impact of their service in integrating into broader...
Topics: china, mississippi, frank, idaho, hawaii, samantha, california, san francisco, chinatown, phoenix,...
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Reel America "Cuba, Bay of Pigs" - 1964 : CSPAN3 : April 22, 2021 9:02pm-9:33pm EDT

Apr 23, 2021 04/21

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Originally broadcast as an NBC "White Paper," this Encyclopaedia Britannica edited classroom version of the report tells the story of the failed April 17-19, 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion. The documentary examines various exiled groups opposed to the Castro government, the CIA's role in helping to train, equip, and organize an invasion force, and President Kennedy's decision not to deploy the U.S. military when the plan faltered. Sponsor: Encyclopaedia Britannica Films
Topics: cia, cuba, castro, washington, havana, miami, kennedy, fidel castro, new york, eisenhower,...
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George Kennan and U.S. Cold War Containment Policy : CSPAN3 : April 3, 2021 4:59pm-6:01pm EDT

Apr 3, 2021 04/21

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Author and journalist Evan Thomas talks about the impact and legacy of U.S. diplomat George Kennan and his "Long Telegram" with Truman Presidential Library director Kurt Graham. On February 22, 1946, U.S. diplomat George Kennan sent a cable from Moscow to the State Department outlining his assessment of the Soviet Union's post-World War II expansionist aims. The message outlined his ideas to contain the spread of communism, and became known as the "Long Telegram" because of...
Topics: truman, canon, harry truman, washington, george kennan, russia, europe, atchison, kennan, marshall,...
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Hearing on Small Business Supply Chains : CSPAN3 : November 6, 2021 2:22am-4:24am EDT

Nov 6, 2021 11/21

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The House Small Business Committee held a hearing on supply chain issues for small businesses. Witnesses testified on worker shortages in the trucking industry, ships waiting to unload at ports and the rising cost of supplies. Sponsor: House Small Business Subcommittee on Investigations, Oversight and Regulations
Topics: minnesota, biden, china, california, florida, mr. o'brien, robinson, michigan, van dyne, phillips,...
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Jan 1, 2021 01/21

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Smithsonian curator Eleanor Jones Harvey led us on a tour of the exhibit "Alexander von Humboldt and the United States: Art, Nature, and Culture" at the American Art Museum in Washington, D.C. She describes how the 19th century German author & naturalist influenced several generations of Americans, from Thomas Jefferson to abolitionists, inventors, scientists, explorers, and artists. Sponsor: C-SPAN | American History TV
Topics: jefferson, south america, washington, europe, new york, spain, humboldt, louis, clark,...
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History Bookshelf President Andrew Johnson's Legacy : CSPAN3 : February 4, 2021 9:16pm-10:04pm EST

Feb 5, 2021 02/21

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Harvard University professor Annette Gordon-Reed talked about the legacy of Andrew Johnson, the nation's 17th president who took office following Abraham Lincoln's assassination in 1865. Professor Gordon-Reed called Johnson the president of "lost opportunities" because of his failure to help former slaves or advance the cause of black citizenship in the early days of Reconstruction. This discussion was part of the annual Lincoln Forum symposium in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Sponsor:...
Topics: johnson, andrew johnson, jefferson, abraham lincoln, jackson, lincoln, gordon reid, stanton,...
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History Bookshelf Condoleezza Rice, "No Higher Honor" : CSPAN3 : February 4, 2021 4:12pm-4:54pm EST

Feb 4, 2021 02/21

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Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice talked about her life and career, including her tenure in the Bush administration, where she served as national security adviser from 2001 to 2005 and as the 66th secretary of state of the United States from 2005 to 2009. She was interviewed on stage by former U.S.Secretary of Health and Human Services Donna Shalala and also responded to questions submitted by students in the audience at the BankUnited Center Fieldhouse. This book tour event was part...
Topics: iraq, cia, white house, russia, latin america, china, fbi, california, mexico, soviet union, miami,...
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Jan 30, 2021 01/21

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Doctoral candidate Maria McVarish discussed the influence of the Southern Pacific Railroad in creating California farming communities. She argued that the company's goal was to create new markets and business for themselves, while creating model communities that ascribed to their worldview. Stanford University's Bill Lane Center for the American West hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Stanford University | Bill Lane Center for the American West
Topics: capay valley, pacific, california, maria, the valley, esparto, maria mcdaris, berkeley, san...
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U.S. Automobile History : CSPAN3 : September 11, 2021 3:45am-5:34am EDT

Sep 11, 2021 09/21

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Historian Dan Albert talked about his book, "Are We There Yet?: The American Automobile Past, Present, and Driverless," in which he chronicles the history of U.S. autos and argues against driverless cars. Sponsor: Smithsonian Associates
Topics: gm, henry ford, washington, porsche, amazon, china, new york city, d.c., smithsonian associates,...
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Lectures in History Agricultural Labor Since 1930 and Organic Farming : CSPAN3 : September 7, 2021 6:51am-7:41am EDT

Sep 7, 2021 09/21

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Tulane University professor Jana Lipman taught a class on agricultural labor in the United States since 1930 and the rise of organic farming. She described the "bracero" program which brought temporary workers from Mexico in the 1940s and 50s, as well as farm workers strikes under leaders such as César Chávez. She argued that despite the rise in consumer awareness relating to organic food, worker conditions are not always considered a factor in what people buy. Sponsor: Tulane...
Topics: california, new york, chavez, cesar chavez, mexico, jamaica, united farm, sacramento, upton...
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Chanelle Wilson and Ian Rowe on Critical Race Theory : CSPAN3 : August 15, 2021 9:54am-11:01am EDT

Aug 15, 2021 08/21

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Bryn Mawr College assistant professor of education Chanelle Wilson and American Enterprise Institute resident fellow Ian Rowe talked about critical race theory. Sponsor: C-SPAN | Washington Journal
Topics: wilson, washington, ian rowe, janel wilson, jim crow, mississippi, san diego, ms. wilson, virginia
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The Presidency Dwight D. Eisenhower and the Holocaust : CSPAN3 : August 19, 2021 1:59pm-2:38pm EDT

Aug 19, 2021 08/21

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General Dwight D. Eisenhower ordered that the horrors of the Holocaust be documented as World War II came to an end, determined that the evidence be preserved for future generations. It was a signature move by the man who later occupied the White House. His granddaughter, Susan Eisenhower, talked about what led Ike to this decision. She's the author of "How Ike Led: The Principles Behind Eisenhower's Biggest Decisions." The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum hosted this...
Topics: eisenhower, germany, susan, europe, david, dwight d. eisenhower, dwight eisenhower, washington,...
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The Presidency President Ronald Reagan Economic Address to Congress : CSPAN3 : August 27, 2021 2:43am-3:32am EDT

Aug 27, 2021 08/21

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President Ronald Reagan delivered his economic address to a joint session of Congress. This was President Reagan's first speech before the House and Senate. Sponsor: U.S. Senate,White House,U.S. House of Representatives
Topics: washington, ronald reagan
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1916-17 World War I Peace Talks : CSPAN3 : August 17, 2021 2:41pm-4:07pm EDT

Aug 17, 2021 08/21

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Philip Zelikow talked about his book, "The Road Less Traveled: The Secret Battle to End the Great War, 1916-1917." It examines a five-month period during which the United States, United Kingdom, and Germany attempted to negotiate a peaceful end to World War I almost two years before Germany would sign an armistice agreement. The Wilson Center hosted this event and provided the video. Sponsor: Wilson (Woodrow) International Center for Scholars
Topics: wilson, germany, belgium, bethmann, france, woodrow wilson, kaiser, bettman, britain, trigg, lloyd...
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