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Articles with keyword "journalism"

Anchor Lenila Wesson (right) in 2009, WTXL Channel 27, Talahassee, Fla.

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Tony Brown: “Television’s Civil Rights Crusader”

Show served as time capsule of pioneering days of black journalists

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Direct from the Front

Since the Spanish-American War, correspondents have balanced loyalty to their country with responsibility to inform the public.

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"The Earth Shook, The Sky Burned"

From the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 to daily events, more than two centuries of newspaper history are being preserved.

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A Conversation with Vartan Gregorian

The president of Carnegie Corporation speaks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the delights of learning.

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Chasing Beauty

Meryle Secrest speaks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the art world and her work as a biographer.

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The Sage and the Self-Promoter

Emerson's oratory ignites the imagination of the young journalist Walt Whitman.

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A “Mad, Hulking Carnival” of American Life

Breaking some of the rules made Tom Wolfe a better observer.

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Remembering Mary Lou Beatty

"Try again"

"Disatisfied": a woodblock illustration by Lafcadio Hearn

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Lafcadio Hearn in New Orleans

The misfit journalist felt at home in the marginalized world he wrote about.

 

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Liebling's War

A. J. Liebling’s World War II journalism climbed to great literary heights, even as it stayed close to the ground.