• Learning From Our Past

    After the attack on Pearl Harbor, Executive Order 9066 authorized the removal and detention of Americans of Japanese ancestry from the West Coast. Re-released for Constitution Day, this film can help students understand the consequences of discriminatory behavior during times of national tension.
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  • Bill of Rights Day

    Celebrate the ratification of the Bill of Rights on December 15 with a fun, interactive card game and short  videos on the Bill of Rights that explain what the the amendments say and what they mean.

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  • New Video!

    Explore the history of this First Amendment right  and how it's evolved through the years, leading to the landmark Pentagon Papers case, New York Times v. United States, in which the Supreme Court ruled that prior restraint is unconstitutional.
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  • Annenberg Classroom's That's Your Right Game
    That's Your Right!

    An exciting digital card game that helps students learn about their rights under the Bill of Rights.

    Challenge your classmates to a game with our new multiplayer option!
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  • Thurgood

    Thurgood Marshall, the nation’s first African American Supreme Court justice, is portrayed by actor Laurence Fishburne in this film production of the award-winning play about  the life of the civil rights legend. 
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  • More Great Resources

    Explore a range of standards-aligned resources for all grade levels from 26 nonprofit, nonpartisan organizations that form the Civics Renewal Network. It's an easy way to find great teaching resources for civics education at one website.
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