Would the Menendez case really make Congress “above the law”?

Amendment 2

Amendment 3

Amendment 4

Looking at 10 great speeches in American History

Texas H.B. 2 and the right to an abortion

Podcast: Texas H.B. 2 and the right to an abortion

Texas H.B. 2 and the right to an abortion

Amendment 5

Constitution Check: Will the courts block the Iran nuclear deal?

Amendment 6

For National Dog Day: A look at presidential canines

What do other countries’ constitutions say about birthright citizenship?

Book Review of “Give Us The Ballot”

Amendment 7

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Constitution Check: Is the First Amendment a threat to the safety of medicines?

Amendment 8

Article I

Ashley Madison hack raises bigger privacy, legal issues

Amendment 9

Article II

Amendment 10

Article III

livestreams

Religious Liberty and the Founding of America

Amendment 11

Article IV

Constitution Day Livestreams

Can’t make it to the museum on Constitution Day?  You don’t have to miss out on all of our fun and educational festivities!  We are airing live broadcasts of our most popular Constitution Day events.  Tune in on September 17 to watch live!

 

Preamble Challenge
September 17, 2015
8:30 a.m. EDT
To kick off the day, National Constitution Center President and CEO Jeff Rosen will lead students in a rousing reading of the Preamble of the Constitution of the United States on the museum’s front lawn.

Kids Town Hall with Justice Breyer
September 17, 2015
12 p.m. EDT
Students can watch a live program with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer, a person who works with the Constitution every day.  Justice Breyer will speak about the ins and outs of his job, and answer questions from the live audience.

The Court and the World: Justice Breyer Book Event
September 17, 2015
2 p.m. EDT
Join U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer for a special moderated conversation about the increasingly global scope of the work of the high court. Justice Breyer’s third book as a justice is titled The Court and the World: American Law and the New Global Realities. Justice Breyer will also discuss American law as it applies in international contexts including commerce, copyright, human rights, treaty obligations and securities fraud.

Constitution Day Live Chat
Weekdays September 10-23, 2015
7 a.m. – 6 p.m. EDT
Our experts are answering all of your Constitution Day Questions!  Ask us about the Interactive Constitution, the Constitution Hall Pass videos, events at the museum, and more! constitutioncenter.org/constitutionday

How presidential candidates want to change the Constitution

What’s coming up in the next Supreme Court term

The 14th Amendment and birthright citizenship

Podcast: The 14th Amendment and birthright citizenship

The 14th Amendment and birthright citizenship

Amendment 12

Article V

Constitution Check: Would mass deportation of illegal non-citizens violate the 14th Amendment?

Amendment 13

Article VI

National Constitution Center to Celebrate Constitution Day Thursday, September 17

The National Constitution Center Announces Speakers and Topics for Fall 2015 America’s Town Hall

Home Page 8-18-2015

Amendment 14

Religious Liberty and the Founding of America

Constitution Check: Do federal corruption laws sweep too broadly?

Assembly and Petition - Neuborne

Assembly and Petition - Joint

Amendment 15

Article VII

Preamble - IC

Why sitting Vice Presidents don’t fare well as presidential candidates

Amendment 16

Amendment 17

Assembly and Petition - Inazu

Jennifer Mason McAward

Jamal Greene

Gordon Wood

Eugene Volokh

Geoffrey Stone

Jeffrey L. Fisher

Stephanos Bibas

Suja A. Thomas

Renée Lettow Lerner

Adam Winkler

Nelson Lund

Steven G. Calabresi

Louis Michael Seidman

Randy E. Barnett

Erwin Chemerinsky

Nathan Chapman

Kenji Yoshino

Earl M. Maltz

Michael McConnell

Frederick Gedicks

Eduardo Penalver

Richard A. Epstein

Reva Siegel

Robert Post

Burt Neuborne

John Inazu

Amendment 18

School Choice: The Role of the Constitution and the Courts in Improving Education

Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey: Policing in a Democratic Society

American Faith: The Origin and Meaning of Religious Liberty

It was 250 years ago today: the Sons of Liberty take over Boston

Birthright citizenship looming as a campaign, and constitutional issue

Happy 80th birthday to Social Security!

Podcast: Why the Innocent Plead Guilty

Why the Innocent Plead Guilty

Why the Innocent Plead Guilty

Amendment 19

Constitution Building Tech Fair

Justice Stephen Breyer: The Court and the World

Jon Meacham: The American Odyssey of George H.W. Bush

Why Reconstruction Matters

Ari Berman: The Fight (and Right) to Vote

Jess Bravin, Adam Liptak, & Steven Mazie: The 10 Toughest Cases of the 2014-15 Term

What’s Cooking? An Evening with American Chefs

Anne-Marie Slaughter: Unfinished Business

Senator Chris Coons: A Conversation on Law and Politics

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