Dialogue

Preserving Public Memory

Season 2013 Episode 14 | 28m 46s Video has closed captioning.

Marcia Franklin talks with Brent Glass, director emeritus of the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History, about the importance of preserving public memory and his experiences at the Smithsonian curating exhibits and overseeing its restoration. he two also discuss his appearance on the Colbert Report, what it was like to work on the Flight 93 memorial, and the book he is writing.

Aired: 10/31/13

Rating: TV-G

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Major Funding Provided by the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation

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