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The uncertain origins of a foolish day
President of The Rockefeller Foundation, Judith Rodin, provides an astonishing range of stories on how people have developed resilience in the face of otherwise catastrophic challenges. Generations have been taught that the American Revolution was a revolt against the king, but was it?
Please note this event has been cancelled. Scholar A. Dick Howard discusses the document that served as an inspiration for both the U. Constitution and the Bill of Rights — Magna Carta, which turns this year. The National Constitution Center is the best place for Boy Scouts to discover more about American history, government, and citizenship!
Do corporations have the same religious freedoms as natural persons under the First Amendment or federal law? Launching an historic partnership, the National Constitution Center, the Federalist Society, and the American Constitution Society launch a series of constitutional debates to be held across America. In , U. Supreme Court decisions that overturned racial segregation in interstate travel were largely ignored in the South.
To challenge this status quo, more than black and white Americans, called Freedom Riders, performed a simple act: they traveled into the segregated South in small interracial groups and sat where they pleased on interstate buses. Has the president exceeded his constitutional authority by waging war without congressional authorization? Senator Mike Lee unveils his forthcoming book, Our Lost Constitution, just two days after its release. On Law Day, Americans reflect on the role of law in our country and recognize its importance in society.
Come see a documentary exploring the recurring question: Who has the right to be an American citizen? Join the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board as it examines the history, constitutional implications, and oversight of counterterrorism activities. Historian Joseph Ellis tells the unexpected story of why the 13 colonies, having just fought off a distant centralized governing power, would decide to subordinate themselves anew.
Member Appreciation Day. Bring friends and family for a fun-filled day of interactive programs and activities! This is only open to members and their guests. Senator and presidential candidate Rand Paul as he presents his vision for America. Join D. Originally known as Decoration Day, an occasion to honor soldiers who gave their lives during the American Civil War, the Memorial Day civic holiday now honors all members of the military who have given their lives in defense of the Constitution and its legacy of freedom.
Award-winning historian Carol Berkin gives her take on the real story of how the Bill of Rights came to be. The National Constitution Center is proud to present an exhibition in partnership with William Way LGBT Community Center that will chronicle the gay rights movement and the ongoing debate over how much the Constitution protects gay rights. Renowned legal scholar Kenji Yoshino tells the definitive story of the landmark trial he says will stand as the most potent argument for marriage equality.
A modern primer on the U. Constitution addressing the myths and partial truths that exist today. Historian David Sehat describes how Americans have repeatedly sought out the Founding Fathers to defend their policies. Join the National Constitution Center as we test out an exciting new activity! Colonial musical performances will take place throughout the week as well as appearances by some other famous historical figures in the form of reenactors.
This new family programming offers visitors of all ages the chance to dive into history. Federal Judges Jed S.
Rakoff and Michael M. Explore the role religion played in Colonial America and learn how freedom of religion became a right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U. Brooks offers his bold vision for conservatism. This Constitution Day, the museum will honor of the th ratification of the 13th Amendment, and the beginning of the reconstruction era—a turning point in Constitutional History.
Watch two all-star panels on the historical origins and the contemporary debates around religious liberty in America with constitutional law and religious liberty experts. Senator Chris Coons discusses the upcoming Supreme Court term, current congressional debates, and his life in public service. The Center launches a national initiative to host constitutional conversations with police recruits, headed by Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey, who will join for an intimate conversation, followed by a panel on law and policing.
The National Constitution Center is returning to Grand Rapids for a program on the criminal justice system. Leading health policy expert Ezekiel Emanuel and Jacob E. Top Supreme Court reporters outline the issues and arguments in the 10 most controversial opinions of the term. What do the U. The Constitution Center hosts two debates exploring these questions. Join us for three conversations on the origins, influence,and contemporary meaning of the 14th Amendment.ceshaltdocli.ml
Father's Day in the United States
Presidential historian and bestselling author Jon Meacham unveils his sweeping yet intimate biography of George H. Political correspondent for The Nation brings new insight to one of the most vital civil rights issues of our time: the continuing battle over the right to vote. Extended hours on November 27, , from a. Join us for special Thanksgiving programming on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. This December marks the th anniversary of the ratification of the Thirteenth Amendment, which banned slavery throughout the United States and began the reconstruction era—a turning point in Constitutional History.
Autumnal Equinox 12222: The First Day of Fall
GivingTuesday, supports the National Constitution Center Young Citizens Scholarship Program which provides free admission for children from underserved communities in the Philadelphia region and beyond. The National Constitution Center celebrates the Thirteenth amendment, which brought about an end to slavery in the United States on the year anniversary of its ratification.
Make your year-end gift today! The National Constitution Center will be closing early on December 24, Our hours will be a. The National Constitution Center will be closed on December 25, We hope you are enjoying the holiday season! We will reopen on Saturday, December 26 with a great line up of programs and events.
Father's Day in the United States
Read more about this day in history! Step back in time and explore fun holiday traditions and historic moments from American history with family-friendly programming December December 31, Day of Service for a daylong commemoration on Monday, January 18, Former U. Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates returns to the Center to unveil his latest book, "A Passion for Leadership. Top presidential historians Annette Gordon-Reed and Geoffrey Ward talk about presidential campaigns and what we can learn from past elections.
Leading election law scholars Edward B. Foley and Richard L. Hasen offer their critical take on how the structure of the American political system came to be. Communications scholar Geoffrey Cowan and presidential historian David Greenberg offer a behind-the-scenes look at the history and influence of the presidential campaign.
Ramsey for an important discussion about the future of policing. Top scholars and judges come together to discuss one of the most significant pieces of legislation concerning the federal criminal justice system: the Criminal Justice Act. Prize-winning author Fergus Bordewich tells the little-known dramatic story of the First Congress of , which created America. Prior to returning to the Institute in , he served two years as special assistant to President Obama and National Security Council senior director for the Central Region, and a year as special advisor to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Award-winning constitutional scholar David Cole explores how citizen activists have shaped constitutional law throughout American history. A penetrating biography of John Quincy Adams, the President and politician whose experiences spanned — and shaped — the most critical period in our nation's history. Constitutional experts Randy Barnett and Gillian Metzger to explain the origins of this central debate.
This program will be at George W. As part of our Second Founding celebration of the th anniversary of the Reconstruction Amendments, join us for a discussion on the history and enduring relevance of the 14th Amendment.
The National Constitution Center has hosted this event since Area schools send representative poets, and all schools are invited to send poems to be read and flags to be displayed. Constitution explain how each American president has confronted and shaped the Constitution. Your support, combined with matching funds from the Hamilton Family Foundation, will help us provide more opportunities for people of all ages to visit the National Constitution Center, experience Freedom Rising, and see themselves as active participants in our unfolding Constitutional history.
NPR Host diane Rehm discusses her new book about how the death of her husband inspired her to take up a controversial cause: the right to die in America. Kevin Seamus Hasson, founder of the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty, looks at the debates over the relationship between church and state. Educators are invited to visit the National Constitution Center for free, with discounted admission for their families.
The award-winning show Intelligence Squared U. Jim Obergefell, lead plaintiff in Obergefell v. Join us for a discussion on current and future constitutional debates about abortion, including the future of Roe v. Hellerstedt, now before the Supreme Court. Free Admission Courtesy of Wawa.
Join the National Constitution Center for an array of patriotic festivities surrounding Independence Day. Wawa chefs, hundreds of Wawa associates, and hoagie-lovers from across Philadelphia will come together to build more than 20, hoagies weighing five tons. Free Admission courtesy of the John Templeton Foundation. Join us for lunch in the Drafting Lab at the National Constitution Center to participate in the 28th Amendment Project, where you will propose your own amendment to the US Constitution.
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The National Constitution Center is pleased to be the hub for PoliticalFest , a one-of-a-kind festival celebrating political history, government, and the election season, held by the Philadelphia Host Committee for the Democratic National Convention. It will run from Friday, July 22 through Wednesday, July PoliticalFest will consist of nonpartisan exhibits, appropriate for all ages, at seven participating locations, with the National Constitution Center serving as the hub.
The National Constitution Center will be the hub for PoliticalFest , a one-of-a-kind festival celebrating political history, government, and the election season, held by the Philadelphia Host Committee for the Democratic National Convention. The National Constitution Center is the hub for PoliticalFest , a one-of-a-kind festival celebrating political history, government, and the election season, held by the Philadelphia Host Committee for the Democratic National Convention Friday, July Wednesday, July PoliticalFest consists of nonpartisan exhibits, appropriate for all ages, at seven participating locations, with the National Constitution Center serving as the hub.