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Student Voices Campaign Curriculum

Student Voices Campaign Curriculum (handouts in Spanish)

Student Voices - Making an Issue-Based Video

'Supreme Law of the Land': Supremacy Clause

Understanding the Confrontation Clause

Defenders of Liberty: The People and the Press: New York Times v. U.S.

Rights at Risk in Wartime: Habeas Corpus

Our Heritage of Liberty: The Bill of Rights

Your Right to Remain Silent: Miranda v. Arizona

Making Our Fourth Amendment Right Real: Mapp v. Ohio

The Power of One Decision: Brown v. Board of Education

A Conversation on the Nature, Origin and Importance of the Supreme Court

Actions That Changed the Law: Ledbetter v. Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co.

A Conversation on the Japanese Internment Cases

When National Security Trumps Individual Rights: Korematsu v. U.S.

A Conversation on Judicial Interpretation

Key Constitutional Concepts: Creating a Constitution

Equal Justice Under Law: Yick Wo v. Hopkins

Freedom of Speech: Finding the Limits

Judicial Independence: Essential, Limited, Controversial

An Independent Judiciary: Cherokee Nation v. Georgia and Cooper v. Aaron

Jury Selection on Trial: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Co.

Jury Service: Our Duty and Privilege as Citizens

A Conversation on the 14th Amendment

One School's Fight: The Making of a Law

One Person, One Vote: Baker v. Carr and Reynolds v. Sims

Key Constitutional Concepts: Presidential Power: Youngstown v. Sawyer

Key Constitutional Concepts: Right to Counsel: Gideon v. Wainwright

The Legislative Process: How a Bill Becomes a Federal Law

Justice for All in the Courtroom

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