Educational Resources in the Community
- The Interactive Constitution:
- Specific educational resources are available at The National Constitution Center for Constitution day.
- Educational (Constitution Day) Resources from the ACLU include information about the Constitution and trivia games that could be fun to play at an event or could even be adapted into an engaging tabling activity.
- Educational resources from The Bill of Rights Institute include lesson plans and games which can easily be adapted for campus education activities, Constitution Day and student group meetings.
- Included are a variety of educational resources related to Free Speech on Campus, including an article 5 Ways to promote Constitution Day
- Educational resources provided to raise awareness about the principles established in our founding document — the United States Constitution. Celebrate the Constitution any time of the year, especially on Constitution Day.
- The Student Press Law Center (SPLC) is an advocate for student First Amendment rights, for freedom of online speech, and for open government on campus. The SPLC provides information, training and legal assistance at no charge to student journalists and the educators who work with them.
Additional Free Speech Resources:
- Center for Campus Free Speech
- Free Speech Movement Digital Archive
- The Free Speech Movement (FSM) Digital Archives documents the role of Mario Savio and other participants in the Free Speech Movement (University of California, Berkeley; September-December 1964), as well as its origins in political protest and civil rights movements and its legacy of political activism and educational reform that can be traced throughout the country and the world down to the present. Please consult the FSM-A (Free Speech Movement Archives) for additional information on the history and activities of the FSM.