This exciting broadcast gives a sweeping view of the Constitution - from its creation in 1787 to its contemporary relevance - while featuring the Center's exhibitions and programs that bring the story of "We the People" to life.
You'll hear one woman share the emotional journey she took on the way to becoming a naturalized citizen. National Constitution Center Board member and acclaimed historian
Dr. Richard Beeman provides fascinating, little-known facts about the Founding Fathers and a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the process that produced the most enduring constitution in the world. And Lyle Denniston, the Center's Advisor on Constitutional Literacy and veteran Supreme Court reporter, explores today's hot-button political issues that illustrate just how significant the Constitution remains in our daily lives.
Along the way, you'll also meet high school students and others who explain first-hand why the Constitution's 225th anniversary is worthy of a nationwide celebration!