• The Right to Remain Silent

    Fifty-one years ago, on June 13, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its ruling in Miranda v. Arizona that expanded legal rights for criminal suspects, giving us the now-familiar Miranda warning that begins "You have the right to remain silent..."
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  • A Guide to Our Resources

    We make it easy for you to match our award-winning videos and games to specific constitutional concepts! You can also download a brochure that is a convenient way to find all our multimedia resources.
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  • Thurgood

    Watch this film production of the award-winning play about Thurgood Marshall, the first African American Supreme Court justice and civil rights legend. 
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  • Video Lectures

    Check out these selected video lectures from our online course on the Constitution. Topics range from the creation of the Constitution to how the Constitution applies to modern controversies.
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  • More Great Resources

    Explore a range of standards-aligned resources for all grade levels from 31 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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