This coming weekend, the Newseum, “The Interactive Museum of News,” becomes the latest museum to open on Pennsylvania Avenue. Even before the museum opens, you can take a look around their website for educational and fun resources. One that stands out is a searchable display of 616 daily newspaper front pages from 61 countries in their original, unedited form. You can sort the papers by region, scan through a list organized by state or click on a map to see the dailies covered.
Having already visited the Newseum for the First Amendment Center’s Sunshine Week event in March, I can tell you that the museum is a large, beautiful space filled with what promise to be all sorts of educational adventures.
Thanks to the Due Process: The Georgetown Law Library Blog for the tip!
[Posted by Emily Feldman]