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Constitution Day

Constitution Day September 17th 2022

In September of 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the most influential document in American history, the U.S. Constitution.

Full Text

https://constitutioncenter.org/learn/civic-calendar/constitution-day-civic-holiday

President Biden's 2021 Proclamation on Constitution Day

For more than two centuries, women and men have struggled and strived to make good on the promise of our founding document and to expand the promise of America by amending our Constitution in accordance with our growth and progress as a Nation — just as the Framers envisioned they would.  Through Civil War, the fight for universal suffrage, and the heroic non-violent resistance of the Civil Rights Movement — from Seneca Falls to Selma and countless acts of civic bravery beyond — courageous Americans have fought, sacrificed, and changed hearts and minds to deliver the full breadth of human dignity to which our Constitution aspires.  Fully realizing these ideals and attaining justice for all remains an urgent and enduring imperative.

Biden Proclamation Full Text

Who were the framers of the US Constitution as memorialized in signers hall?

Founding Fathers

 

Podcasts

Benjamin Franklin and the Constitution - Podcast about Benjamin Franklin's Role in the US Constitution

George Washington's Constitutional Legacy - Podcast about George Washington's Role pursuant to the Constitution