CEO Jeffrey Rosen: "The Supreme Court next year is going to consider its biggest gun control case since 2010, and its going to be hugely significant to see where Chief Justice Roberts is on this question."
Kristina Bianco, Director of Visitor Experience, talks with the Access Champion podcast about how our new Sensory Friendly Sunday museum experience offers a more accessible visit for individuals of all abilities.
CEO Jeffery Rosen sat down with the John Templeton Foundation to discuss the importance of intellectual humility, spreading "constitutional light," the future of civil dialogue, and the Center's Interactive Constitution.
"One of the achievements of the National Constitution Center’s new permanent exhibit 'Civil War and Reconstruction: The Battle for Freedom and Equality,' overseen by Jeffrey Rosen, the president and CEO of the Center, is to demonstrate how slavery was overturned, and then show how in the brief era of Reconstruction, a new social world was wrestled into being before falling back into a morass."
Professor and scholar Gerard Magliocca: "On Tuesday I went to the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia. I was there to see a new permanent exhibit on the Civil War and Reconstruction. The exhibit is terrific and I would highly encourage anyone who is interested to go. (They even have an 1867 letter from John Bingham.)"
Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center, joins Ali Velshi to discuss why the Supreme Court’s opinions and dissents are so significant in both the 2020 Census and gerrymandering decisions.
Nora Quinn, Director of Theatre Programs at the National Constitution Center: "The NCC uses theater as an essential element in the visitor experience, creating a more robust learning experience than an exhibit can do alone."
"Civil War and Reconstruction demonstrates why this period matters, making plain what was at stake and how the Constitution was amended to reinforce the values first expressed in the Declaration and to strengthen individual rights."
Jeff Rosen, President & CEO of the National Constitution Center, joins Ali Velshi to discuss why the legal debate over whether a fetus is recognized as a person from conception has significant consequences for abortion rights in the U.S.
Will Bunch for Philly.com: "The National Constitution Center and exhibition developer Elena Popchock deserve a lot of credit for spotlighting both the idealistic promise but also the hard truths of the Reconstruction era ..."