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That's a wrap! Film This! 2016 brings film industry experience to high school students

This summer break while many high school students are flocking to movie theaters, chasing Pokemon, or learning the intricacies of menial labor, the Reagan Presidential Library has been hosting our annual filmmaking workshops that connect young minds with experienced teachers.   408 more words

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Hillary "Rotten" Clinton went viral on Twitter before it was shut down.

     Monday night at the Democratic National Convention delegates on the floor spontaneously drove up the Twitter search of #HillaryRottenClinton. It soon spread out of the arena in Philadelphia and across the nation, reaching 42k in a matter of minutes and was ranked number six before Sanders’ supporters claim that Twitter had apparently interfered and eliminated it as a viable hashtag. 585 more words

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Ronald Reagan and the Republican National Convention


This year one of our projects at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library has been to digitize and upload to our public YouTube channel many of President Reagan’s iconic speeches. 501 more words

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Chaos in Cleveland: The Trump Riots

Massive riots coming to the Trump Convention in Cleveland?

The conventional wisdom – no pun intended – is that this year’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland will be a mirrored image of the Democrat National Convention in Chicago in 1968. 714 more words

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The White House: Inside Stories from the Reagan Presidential Library Part I

Click here for part II to learn about more of the items from the White House in our collections.

Tonight PBS will air a documentary special  472 more words

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Fourth of July 1986: Liberty Weekend Thirty Years Later

The Fourth of July is a celebration of the heritage and history of the United States.  While every President honors Independence Day in different ways, one of the grandest celebrations of this anniversary of the signing of the… 597 more words

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