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Newsweek

Feb 12 2021
Magazine

Newsweek magazine has a long-standing tradition of providing readers with the most updated information on the most pressing issues affecting our nation and world today. Newsweek is able to fill the gaps when a story has passed and is able to come up with insight or synthesis that connects the cracking, confusing digitals dots in today's fast paced news cycle.

Newsweek

The Archives

What Should Biden Do About Student Loan Debt? • There’s widespread agreement that it’s a national problem, but not about how to manage it

Talking Points

Security Breakdown • Exclusive: HOW OFFICIALS’ Fear of Donald Trump Paralyzed Intelligence Agencies and Led to the Capitol Riot

CHAPTER 1: Save America

CHAPTER 2: Low Drama

CHAPTER 3: A Calm Before the Storm

CHAPTER 4: No Perimeter Defense

CHAPTER 5: Capitol Breach

CHAPTER 6: Deliberating While Rome Burns

CHAPTER 7: Clear? All Clear?

CHAPTER 8: Curfew

CHAPTER 9: Democracy Inaction

Places Across the Country to Learn About African American History • In honor of Black History Month, we’re highlighting spots across the U.S. where you can immerse yourself in some of the myriad contributions, achievements and defining moments of African Americans. From hearing the untold stories of Black cowboys in Texas, to listening to over 50 genres of music at the newly opened National Museum of African American Music in Nashville, to standing in front of the lunch counter where a sit-in sparked peaceful action for racial equality in the segregated ’60s, here is merely a selection of places to add to your list—one intended to inspire more learning about and honoring of Black history at any time of the year.

Griffin Johnson


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OverDrive Magazine

subjects

News & Politics

Languages

English

Newsweek magazine has a long-standing tradition of providing readers with the most updated information on the most pressing issues affecting our nation and world today. Newsweek is able to fill the gaps when a story has passed and is able to come up with insight or synthesis that connects the cracking, confusing digitals dots in today's fast paced news cycle.

Newsweek

The Archives

What Should Biden Do About Student Loan Debt? • There’s widespread agreement that it’s a national problem, but not about how to manage it

Talking Points

Security Breakdown • Exclusive: HOW OFFICIALS’ Fear of Donald Trump Paralyzed Intelligence Agencies and Led to the Capitol Riot

CHAPTER 1: Save America

CHAPTER 2: Low Drama

CHAPTER 3: A Calm Before the Storm

CHAPTER 4: No Perimeter Defense

CHAPTER 5: Capitol Breach

CHAPTER 6: Deliberating While Rome Burns

CHAPTER 7: Clear? All Clear?

CHAPTER 8: Curfew

CHAPTER 9: Democracy Inaction

Places Across the Country to Learn About African American History • In honor of Black History Month, we’re highlighting spots across the U.S. where you can immerse yourself in some of the myriad contributions, achievements and defining moments of African Americans. From hearing the untold stories of Black cowboys in Texas, to listening to over 50 genres of music at the newly opened National Museum of African American Music in Nashville, to standing in front of the lunch counter where a sit-in sparked peaceful action for racial equality in the segregated ’60s, here is merely a selection of places to add to your list—one intended to inspire more learning about and honoring of Black history at any time of the year.

Griffin Johnson


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