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January 7, 2021
A politically charged mob, egged on by the sitting president, overran the U.S. Capitol and brought democracy to a halt. Members of our state's congressional delegation shares their experiences. Margaret O'Mara, professor of history at the UW, is interviewed. Featured on KUOW 
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December 14, 2020
Here's a quick look at some giftworthy books and music created by UW faculty and staff in 2020, and a reminder of some recent favorites. Featured on UW News 
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December 14, 2020
With one of the biggest gift-giving seasons upon us, here’s a quick look at some gift-worthy books and music created by University of Washington faculty and staff, and a reminder of some recent favorites.... Read more
December 9, 2020
If you’ve been hankering for a national park visit, maybe you had Yosemite or Olympic National Park in mind. But look further and you’ll discover more than 400 National Park Service (NPS) sites across the US, from a national park for jazz in New Orleans, to a historical park inspired by Rosie the Riveter in California, to a national park along the Columbia River devoted to the journey of Lewis and Clark. About 75 percent of all NPS sites commemorate a significant event in US history, which is... Read more
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November 23, 2020
This week at the UW, attend Ladino Day 2020 and watch the Meany Center's presentation of Ragamala Dance Company. Featured on UW News 
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November 3, 2020
This week at the UW, listen to a discussion on global challenges, join the Herny Art Museum for a roundtable discussion, and more.... Read more
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October 30, 2020
When people ask Lin Hongxuan why he studies the history of a community he’s not part of, his answer can be very simple: the history hasn’t been told. But there’s a more complicated answer, too. It’s dangerous for people within this particular community to tell their history. Featured on University of Washington 
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October 30, 2020
Everyone seems divided on issues like race, identity, economics, law and order, and public health, and it feels like we’re fractured beyond repair. But take heed, worried nation, we’ve been here before. Sort of. Margaret O’Mara, professor of history at the UW, is quoted. Featured on The Seattle Times...
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October 30, 2020
“2020: The Course” gives students an opportunity to hear from UW professors and special guests who will discuss the COVID-19 pandemic, race in the United States, the state of the environment, the economic recession, civic participation, citizenship and this election season and outcomes. Featured on UW News 
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