Black Meetings and Tourism

July/Aug 2013

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•pg_14-18_ICI__BMT_pg3-58 8/12/13 6:44 PM Page 17 C OMCAST 9/11 G ALLERY Perhaps the first permanent museum exhibit devoted to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, this gallery looks at how the media — in New York and Pennsylvania, at the Pentagon and around the world — responded to one of the biggest news stories of the century, through Sept. 12 front pages, artifacts and a Newseum documentary that features journalists' accounts of their reactions that day. B ERLIN W ALL Featuring one of the largest collections of original Berlin Wall sections outside of Germany, this gallery examines the role of the media in the 30-year history of the wall. J OURNALISTS M EMORIAL The Journalists Memorial is a sweeping, two-story glass structure that includes 2,007 names of journalists who died while reporting the news from 1837 — Elijah Parish Lovejoy of The Alton (Ill.) Observer — through 2009. Each year, the Newseum will rededicate the memorial, adding the names of journalists who died on the job during the previous year. ABC N E W S C H A N G I N G E X H I B I T S G A L L E R Y This gallery explores a wide range of media issues with displays on breaking news, media trends, news-event anniversaries and top photography. The Newseum's first major changing exhibit, "G-Men and Journalists: Top News Stories of the FBI's First Century," features some of the biggest cases — and dramatic evidence — from the FBI's first 100 NBC News Interactive Newsroom Photo Credit: Maria Bryk/Newseum MAKE SOME STUDENTS AND THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT NOW NOW OPEN! Also see Civil Rights att 50, a three-year changing exhibit a three-year exhibit highlighting news coverage of civil rights milestones. news coverage Washington, D.C. • B M & T ••• July/August 2013 ••• 17

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