Is the Declaration’s Value Literary or Constitutional?

Social Conventions, Contemporary Understandings, and Future Directions

The Declaration of Independence and Historical American Understandings

Supreme Court declines deer hunting, fish pedicure cases

Jerusalem passport, Facebook case opinions next up for Supreme Court?

Video: Mike Bezos, Walter Isaacson on freedom and the immigrant experience

The fight for freedom in the 21st century

The fight for freedom in the 21st century

Why Chief Justice John Roberts was eligible for jury consideration

Benjamin Franklin’s place among the most influential Americans ever

Podcast: The fight for freedom in the 21st century

Video: Where the left and the right agree, and disagree

Interest picks up in legal marijuana as constitutional issue

Video: On the Front Lines of Religious Liberty

The Declaration of Independence and the Nation that Followed

The Declaration of Independence and the Nation that Followed

Live Video (10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.): The Declaration of Independence

What if? The Lincoln Assassination 150 Years later

10 interesting facts about Abraham Lincoln’s assassination

Constitution Check: Can Congress step in and decide how a court case should come out?

Freedom Day

Freedom Day Replay

Video Replay: Freedom Day at the National Constitution Center

Constitutional Rights: What’s the matter with Turkey?

Women other than Hillary Clinton who’ve run for President

Senator Mike Lee: Our Lost Constitution

Explore the World’s Constitutions Onsite and Online

Constitution Check: What do states hope to gain by going to court more often?

Senator Mike Lee: Our Lost Constitution

How Presidents Interpret the Constitution April 27, 2015

Video: Senator Mike Lee on “Our Lost Constitution”

Abraham Lincoln, civil liberties and free speech

Abraham Lincoln, civil liberties and free speech

Podcast: Abraham Lincoln, civil liberties and free speech

Abraham Lincoln, civil liberties and free speech

Thought Leaders From Across The Political Spectrum Discuss Freedom At The Constitution Center

10 fascinating facts about Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant

Lee surrenders at Appomattox, 150 years ago today

Freedom Day Celebration

Every Freedom Day the National Constitution Center brings together the top liberal, libertarian and conservative thought leaders in America for a national conversation about the future of freedom.

This symposium is a series of bipartisan discussions examining the role of free speech, freedom of religion, equality and other individual rights. This event helps launch  a nationwide conversation — called Freedom Day —  held every year and hosted by the National Constitution Center.

For more information, please contact Bianca Cavacini at 215-409-6715 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Constitution Check: Did the Supreme Court give corporations a religious soul?

The constitutional origins of National Beer Day

Obama not the only beer-loving president in history

Doing the math for a new Constitutional Convention

Philadelphia Police begins new training program for recruits at National Constitution Center

Justice at last for the Lego Supreme Court figurines

One Day University presents The Supreme Court: An Inside View

Renewing the American “We”: What We Owe James Wilson

How Dr. King cited the Constitution in his Mountaintop speech

The constitutional debate over state RFRA laws

The constitutional debate over state RFRA laws

Podcast: The constitutional debate over state RFRA laws

Created Equal? Freedom Riders: Roadblocks and Redemption on “Freedom’s Main Line”

Part-Time Visitor Experience Host

A year ago today: Supreme Court ends overall campaign finance limits

Constitution Check: Who has a right to speak up in the Supreme Court?

Renewing the American “We”: What We Owe James Wilson

Senator Mike Lee: Our Lost Constitution

Video: Joe Torsella on “What we owe James Wilson”

Explaining the Indiana RFRA controversy in five minutes

IQ2US Debate in New York City

IQ2US Debate in New York City

Adams, Jefferson, and the Misfits Who Saved Free Speech

2015 Supreme Court Review

Why the Innocent Plead Guilty

Constitution Check: Did the Founders want term limits for Supreme Court Justices?

Supreme Court to reexamine patent licensing in Spider-Man toy case

Finding the Founders

Supreme Court turns down American flag ban case

Watch remains on for two major Supreme Court cases this week

John Tyler: America’s most unusual President?

The Confederate license plate debate

The Confederate license plate debate

The Confederate license plate debate

Podcast: The Confederate license plate debate

Can a President really be censured? The answer is Yes and No

Created Equal? Freedom Riders: Roadblocks and Redemption on “Freedom’s Main Line”

Renewing the American “We”: What We Owe James Wilson

Video: Was Hobby Lobby Wrongly Decided?

Was Hobby Lobby Wrongly Decided?

Was Hobby Lobby Wrongly Decided?

Live Video (6 P.M.): Freedom Riders talk about Roadblocks and Redemption

Constitution Check: Is the Supreme Court promoting race bias in election districting?

Supreme Court gives pregnant woman second chance in discrimination case

Supreme Court sends Alabama redistricting plan back to lower court

Other past and future presidential candidates and birthplace issues

Adams, Jefferson, and the Misfits Who Saved Free Speech

Created Equal? Freedom Riders: Roadblocks and Redemption on “Freedom’s Main Line”

Video: Adams, Jefferson, and the Misfits Who Saved Free Speech

Constitution Check: Have voter ID laws survived a new round of challenges?

How Obamacare has faced five years of constitutional challenges

All American Celebration 2015

Wawa Hoagie Day

Can Ted Cruz serve as President if he was born in Canada?

Supreme Court hears Confederate license plate case today

Wikipedia challenge to NSA surveillance weighs privacy violation and proper targeting

On the origins of America’s culture of tax resistance: The Stamp Act crisis

IQ2US Debate

Do the Founding Fathers Have All the Answers?

The Constitution 101: Everything You Need to Know in 2015

Hollingsworth v. Perry: A Revolutionary Decision

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