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With spring upon us, states are taking stock of their financial and public health situations. Today’s news selection from Newseum - which comes on the heels of their sixth annual #DayWithoutNews, also covered by services associates
From 1997-2019, an innovative museum called Newseum educated visitors about the five core First Amendment freedoms: religion, speech, press, assem...
On May 4th, 1970, four students were killed and nine others wounded on the campus of Kent State University when the National Guard opened fire during student protest against the United States bombing of Cambodia at the time of the Vietnam War or the Second Indochina War. The demonstrations began three days earlier when several hundred activists gathered to rally on the grassy knoll known as the Commons. Unrest ext...
The Gottesman Libraries Services Team is pleased to share some headlines in today’s news from the U.S. and around the world with our TC community and friends. As always, our selections are inspired from the “Today’s Front Pages” posted on Newseum.org.Khaleej Times, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
In honor of International Workers’ Day, the stories selected today focus on the plight of the less fortunate, the powerless, and labor as the pandemic rages and rights are trampled. As always, all newspaper stories drawn from the front pages curated by newseum.org.
Today’s news selection focuses on the difficulties faced by healthcare systems in other countries.  Additionally, at the end, there is a bit of offbeat news to help counteract the pervasive doom and gloom.  As always, all stories are curated from the front pages available at newseum.org.
The Gottesman Libraries Services Team invites the TC community and friends to share some headlines in today’s education news from U.S. states in the South. The headlines were selected from the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
Greetings from the Gottesman Libraries! The Services Team is pleased to share with the TC community and friends some headlines in today’s news about school delays and reopenings in the U.S. and around the world. Our news was selected from the Front Pages posted daily on Newseum.org.
Today's news, while relatively heavy, hails from around the globe. Topics focus on leadership and policy, and their effects ranging from the international to the community level. These front-page articles were found on papers provided by Newseum.[image: Caduceus f...
Charles Henry Alston (11/28/1907-4/27/1977) was an influential African American artist and teacher who led art programs and community centers in New York. most especially Harlem. He directed the painters of the Harlem Hospital murals, under the Federal Arts Project of the Works Progress Administration in 1935-1936, and himself painted two of them: "Magic in Medicine" and "Modern Medicine". Emblematic of the Harlem Renaissan...