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Frederick Douglass: Pioneer of the Labor Movement

Discover how his experiences as a hired-slave prompted Douglass to become a champion of the working class.

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12 Feb 2018

Hats Off to Las Sinsombrero

Resources to explore the forgotten legacy of avant-garde poets, painters and philosophers.

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30 Jan 2018

Holocaust Survivors’ Messages of Hope for the Future

For International Holocaust Remembrance Day, learn how we can each promote peace and healing for people who have suffered trauma.

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25 Jan 2018

Understanding the Needs of Visually Impaired Users

Providing all researchers with immediate access to the information they need.

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24 Jan 2018

Is This the Best Opera Recording Ever?

Exploring resources to inspire an appreciation of Maria Callas in Tosca for classical music novices and advanced scholars.

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23 Jan 2018

Collecting in the Moment: Rare Insight into the ‘60s

How the courageous efforts of the Wisconsin Historical Society have served future generations of the Vietnam War scholars.

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17 Jan 2018

New Dimensions in Testimony at Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall

First Mandarin-language New Dimensions in Testimony exhibit premieres at Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall.

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13 Dec 2017

Why Rosie the Riveter Still Inspires

Exploring resources that show how WWII workers began the fight for equal opportunities and equal pay.

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06 Dec 2017

Beyond the Musical: Who Was Alexander Hamilton?

"All the world acknowledge that, in America, the most eloquent orator, and the most skillful and perspicuous political writer, was Hamilton."

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06 Dec 2017

What Did the CIA Really Know About the JFK Assassination?

The release of secret documents fuels the research passions of history buffs, scholars and conspiracy theorists.

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30 Nov 2017