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JOURNALISM IN ACTION
Civic Engagement and Primary Sources Through Key Moments in History
The Journalism in Action website allows students to investigate the role journalism has played in U.S. history and what it means to have a free press.
Using the Library of Congress' databases, students analyze primary sources ranging from Civil War photographs to broadcasts of the Watergate hearings.