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Celebrate Thanksgiving with “Constitution Hall Pass”

November 24, 2014 By NCC Staff

Grab a seat at the table as we talk turkey! The latest edition of the Constitution Hall Pass examines what this holiday is all about and tells the real story of the first Thanksgiving.

Civic engagement: An engine for economic recovery?

August 30, 2012 By David B. Smith

A new report indicates that cities and states with high levels of civic health in 2006 rebuffed the economic collapse and unemployment crisis better than their less-engaged counterparts.

Muhammad Ali to receive National Constitution Center’s 2012 Liberty Medal

July 5, 2012 By NCC Staff

The National Constitution Center’s 2012 Liberty Medal ceremony will recognize Muhammad Ali as a champion of freedom, the Center announced at a press conference on Thursday afternoon.

Happy Second of July? The story behind the battle for America's birthday

July 2, 2012 By Jenna Winterle Kehres

Here is the story of how the United States almost celebrated Independence Day on July 2nd.

Holiday week events at the National Constitution Center

June 28, 2012 By NCC Staff

Need a break from a hectic week of Constitutional news? Want to hang out with three Continental Army regiments? If you are in the Philadelphia area, here’s an inside look at Independence Day week at the National Constitution Center.

Clarence Clemons' Journey to China [VIDEO]

June 1, 2012 By NCC Staff

On this Freedom of Expression Friday, Constitution Daily sits down with filmmaker Nick Mead to discuss his role documenting the late Clarence Clemons' spiritual journey to China.

Freedom Friday: James Henke

May 11, 2012 By NCC Staff

Constitution Daily sits down with James Henke, the chief curator at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and finds out how the Hall landed its Bruce Springsteen exhibit - and what makes Bruce tick.

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?

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