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Saturday, September 25, 2010
PAST: Discussion at the Newseum "Covering Religion in the Post 9/11 World" TUES, Oct 26th 7:00pm, Free, Please RSVP
The Religious Freedom Education Project at the Newseum and the McCormick Foundation Civics Program invite you to join us for a provocative and timely discussion. Panelists include:
Phil Bennett, professor of the practice of journalism and public policy, Duke University, and former managing editor of The Washington Post - Stephen Burgard, director, School of Journalism at Northeastern University Benjamin J. Hubbard, professor emeritus, California State University, Fullerton - Debra L. Mason, director, Center on Religion and the Professions
at the University of Missouri. Moderated by Charles Haynes, director, Religious Freedom Education Project at the Newseum.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 292-6288
Knight Conference Center Newseum 555 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W. Metro: Archives - Navy Memorial