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Constitution Day (September 17, 1787): Constitution Day

Celebrate Constitution Day with these resources and enjoy some games to brush up on your knowledge of the Constitution!

What is Constitution Day?

"Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution by thirty-nine brave men on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who, are born in the U.S.or by naturalization, have become citizens." - ConstitutionDay.com

Constitution Center's Twitter Feed

Podcasts from the National Constitution Center

FSU Democracy Wall

Educating youth to be future leaders!
Share your ideas to generate social change. Engage
My passion is helping others and giving back to a
Love, Charity, & Esteem
SGA, Beall Institute & Ofc of Civic Engagement

The Making of the American Constitution (TED Ed)

Charlottesville & Free Assembly (Podcast)

The Constitution Center provides a variety of podcasts, including discussions by Constitutional scholars. Listen or subscribes at the links below.

Constitutional Convention

* Washington Constitutional Convention, Creative Commons License

The Interactive Constitution

Visit the National Constitution Center web site to explore their new, Interactive Constitution.

With the Interactive Constution, you can select an article or amendment, and learn more about that section. It also includes links to interpretations as well as articles that discuss the different interpretations of the Constitution.

News from the Constitution Center

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