Newseum

Newseum


A top attraction in Washington, D.C. dedicated to the importance of a free press and the First Amendment. @FreedomForumIns | @NewseumED | @RelFreedomCntr

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Join us Nov. 2, with @GUGenderJustice  for a panel of leading experts who will offer critical commentary on the long struggle for #LGBTQ  rights as well as the current threats and challenges affecting LGBTQ people. Free with Newseum admission.

Did you know that the Newseum displays newspapers from around the world? Check out the front pages each day on our website at:

Now is the time to #FreeAustinTice . Please join us and the Tice family in urging the @WhiteHouse  and @StateDept  to continue to use every diplomatic resource to secure Austin’s safe release and return. Learn more about Austin Tice at: #AskAboutAustinTice 

This week is Newspaper Week in Japan. The Japan Newspaper Publishers and Editors Association sponsor the week to increase public awareness of free and responsible newspapers. You can see front pages from around the world with Today’s Front Pages online.

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Here at the Newseum, we get many visitors exploring our amazing exhibits and some you might even recognize. They’ve all been here. How about you? Remember, you're #OnDeadline  to visit before Dec. 31, 2019. Get a 15% discount online.

The traveling exhibit, “Louder Than Words: Rock, Power and Politics,” explores the crucial influence of rock and roll in politics and social movements around the world. Check it out and see if our traveling exhibit is near you.

ONE. MORE. GAME. Let's go @Nationals ! We are proud of our hometown team! #STAYINTHEFIGHT 

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Just because you disagree doesn’t make it #fakenews . Let’s make sure we know the difference and the impact it has on the flow of information.

Want to see the political lean of a certain article or publisher? With just a click, our Newstrition mobile app can tell you that and more! #WhatsInYourNews 

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After more than 11 years and nearly 10 million visitors, we will be closing Dec. 31, 2019, but there is still time to visit. You’re #OnDeadline  to come and visit us for the FINAL time. Get 15% off tickets online!

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The murder of journalists is an assault on our foundational freedoms, the truth and all citizens of our democracy. As we mourn the loss of at least 5 people, we encourage you to take a moment to consider a world #WithoutNews  and those who work to bring it to you every day.

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We have removed the "You Are Very Fake News" t-shirts from the gift shop and online. We made a mistake and we apologize. A free press is an essential part of our democracy and journalists are not the enemy of the people.

Amazingly, the dedicated journalists at the put out a newspaper today. Their front page is on display in the Today’s Front Pages cases on Pennsylvania Ave. and in the museum on level 6. #WithoutNews 

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The view of the #MarchForOurLives  from the top of the #Newseum  🗣

Journalists Memorial remembers those who lost their lives on the job. Currently, there are 2,291 names. #DayOfFacts 

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Tomorrow is World #PressFreedom  Day. Remember the percentage of the world's population with access to free press is at lowest in 13 years.

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The Newseum's Front Pages have been blacked out today to call attention to the threats that journalists face worldwide. #WithoutNews 

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CNN’s was kicked out of the Oval Office for asking the president if he was a racist - “and I consider that a badge of honor” #USPressFreedom 

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