Video: Charles Haynes on Recent State Religious Freedom Laws

Charles Haynes

In response to recent religious exemption laws that jeopardize LGBT rights, religious liberty expert Charles Haynes proposes common ground.
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World Press Freedom Remained Low in 2015

press freedom map

The percentage of the world’s population that has access to a free press remained at its lowest point in more than a decade in 2015, according to an annual report released by Freedom House.
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Freedom of Information Day at the Newseum

National Freedom of Information Day

Legal experts and open government advocates gathered in Newseum’s Knight Conference Center on March 11, 2016, for the 18th National Freedom of Information Day conference.
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Justice Breyer Holds Court at the Newseum

NBC News Justice correspondent Pete Williams and associate justice Stephen Breyer

Associate justice Stephen Breyer discussed the current challenges for the Supreme Court at a special program Feb. 25 at the Newseum.
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India’s Third Gender: Transgender people in Hindu Society

In case you missed it, on Nov. 3, 2015, the Religious Freedom Center and the Pulitzer Center presented a conversation about India’s transgender women.
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“40 Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World”

To mark the opening of the new exhibit “40 Chances: Finding Hope in a Hungry World — The Photography of Howard G. Buffett,” the Newseum presented a special evening program featuring Buffett, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and conservationist Emmanuel de Merode.
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Journalist Rafael Marques: Targeting Corruption in Angola

Rafael Marques

On Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015, the Newseum Institute presented a conversation with Angolan investigative journalist and human rights activist Rafael Marques, recognized with several international awards for his courageous reporting on conflict diamonds and government corruption.
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Digital Space: Freedom on the Net

Madeline Earp

On Friday, Sept. 25, 2015, Freedom House’s Madeline Earp discussed the organization’s annual report, Freedom on the Net, with a focus on China.
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China and the United States: A 21st-Century View

China and the United States: A 21st-Century View

On Thursday, Sept. 24, 2015, the Newseum Institute presented a panel discussion on the political, economic and social ties between the U.S. and China, with a focus on the use of diplomacy and other means to support freedom of expression and religious liberty around the world.
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Reporting on Religious Persecution: A Global Challenge

Reporting on Religious Persecution: A Global Challenge

On Monday, Sept. 21, 2015, the Newseum Institute kicked off Freedom Week at the Newseum with a panel discussion featuring journalists and human rights advocates discussing the perils of reporting on threats to religious freedom around the world.
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