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Citizenship

At The Table: Two students' experiences in Latvia

June 21, 2012 By Sayeh Hormozi

Editor’s Note: At the Table is an international exchange program that connects high school students in Philadelphia and Riga.

Court won’t hear Puerto Rico appeal

May 14, 2012 By Scott Bomboy

The United States Supreme Court will pass on hearing a case from Puerto Rico residents who want a voting representative in the House.

Do You Know More About Civics Than A Girl Scout?

May 4, 2012 By Erin McLeary

Quick! Recite the preamble to the Constitution. Now, outline the main points of U.S. naturalization laws. Ready for your next question?

West Philadelphia Sunday Supper

April 19, 2012 By NCC Staff

Our final Sunday Supper on March 25th was surprisingly our most productive out of the three, and it was a wonderful way to finish.

The Constitution just got more Pinteresting

April 11, 2012 By NCC Staff

The National Constitution Center is now on Pinterest!

Federalism in 1868 and 2012

April 9, 2012 By Abigail Perkiss

Like the issue of civil rights in the 1860s and ‘70s, healthcare in 2012 has become the terrain upon which the battle over centralized power is being fought.

The 1940 Census: Get excited, get involved!

April 2, 2012 By Holly Munson

Today is the official release of the 1940 Census! Here's why you should be excited about it--and how you can get involved.

At the Table: Latvian students have 2nd Sunday Supper

March 23, 2012 By Sayeh Hormozi

The common aim of the supper was to learn more about the Third Awakening and the civic engagement experience of those involved in the historical processes of Latvia regaining its independence.

At the Table: East meets west (Mt. Airy)

March 15, 2012 By NCC Staff

We learned that the uprising of the diversity of races, religions, and cultures was a conscious effort in order to bring everyone together as a whole.

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