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  • May, 2022


  • The Power of Dignity

    May 6, 2022-May 25, 2022

    The Power of Dignity

    May 25, 2022 at 7pm

    Victoria Pratt  The Power of Dignity

    Carter Presidential Museum Theater

    Free and open to the public

     

    Former Chief Judge of the Newark Municipal Court and Professor of Criminal Justice at the Rutgers Newark School, the Honorable Victoria Pratt discusses her powerful new book, “The Power of Dignity, and how to transform courtrooms, neighborhoods, and our nation to support the vulnerable and heal community rifts.


     

  • The Extraordinary Life of Jimmy Carter

    Special EventsEducationOnline Event May 31, 2022 at 2:00 pm

    Throughout his life, Jimmy Carter has found himself in extraordinary circumstances faced with extraordinary opportunities. This online program will examine Carter's life and civic engagement before, during and after the presidency through the lens of primary sources of the Carter Library and National Archives to address the question, “What is the secret to an extraordinary life?” Topics to be discussed include early life, military career, political career and post-presidency humanitarian work. Led by Carter Library Education Specialist Joshua Montanari and hosted by the Tewksbury Public Library (MA), with the support of the Friends of the Tewksbury Public Library.

    Register on Zoom HERE.

  • July, 2022


  • The Bill of Rights Workshop for Elementary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 19, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Kids have rights! This online workshop will explore how to engage young learners in the active exploration of primary sources that teach about the rights embodied in the Bill of Rights. Register Here

  • The Bill of Rights Workshop for Secondary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 21, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Participants in this online workshop will study the history of the Bill of Rights by analyzing primary sources. Discussions will focus on how the Bill of Rights was developed into a charter of liberty, and the participants will consider the best ways to incorporate the study of the Bill of Rights in a civic education curriculum. Register Here

  • We the People: Teaching the Constitution Workshop for Elementary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 26, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Looking closely at the Preamble of the Constitution, teachers will work with primary sources from the National Archives and consider how the interpretation of “We the People” has changed over time. Participants will leave the online program with strategies for teaching the Constitution in ways that expand its accessibility in their K–5 classrooms. Register Here


     

  • The Power to Vote: Who Decides? Workshop for Secondary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 28, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Discover classroom resources for teaching the dynamic history of the debate over voting rights in the United States. Participants in this online workshop will consider how to engage students in exploring  the role of the Constitution, the states, and ordinary citizens in this hallmark of democracy.  Register Here

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  • May, 2022


  • The Power of Dignity

    May 6, 2022-May 25, 2022

    The Power of Dignity

    May 25, 2022 at 7pm

    Victoria Pratt  The Power of Dignity

    Carter Presidential Museum Theater

    Free and open to the public

     

    Former Chief Judge of the Newark Municipal Court and Professor of Criminal Justice at the Rutgers Newark School, the Honorable Victoria Pratt discusses her powerful new book, “The Power of Dignity, and how to transform courtrooms, neighborhoods, and our nation to support the vulnerable and heal community rifts.


     

  • The Extraordinary Life of Jimmy Carter

    Special EventsEducationOnline Event May 31, 2022 at 2:00 pm

    Throughout his life, Jimmy Carter has found himself in extraordinary circumstances faced with extraordinary opportunities. This online program will examine Carter's life and civic engagement before, during and after the presidency through the lens of primary sources of the Carter Library and National Archives to address the question, “What is the secret to an extraordinary life?” Topics to be discussed include early life, military career, political career and post-presidency humanitarian work. Led by Carter Library Education Specialist Joshua Montanari and hosted by the Tewksbury Public Library (MA), with the support of the Friends of the Tewksbury Public Library.

    Register on Zoom HERE.

  • July, 2022


  • The Bill of Rights Workshop for Elementary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 19, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Kids have rights! This online workshop will explore how to engage young learners in the active exploration of primary sources that teach about the rights embodied in the Bill of Rights. Register Here

  • The Bill of Rights Workshop for Secondary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 21, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Participants in this online workshop will study the history of the Bill of Rights by analyzing primary sources. Discussions will focus on how the Bill of Rights was developed into a charter of liberty, and the participants will consider the best ways to incorporate the study of the Bill of Rights in a civic education curriculum. Register Here

  • We the People: Teaching the Constitution Workshop for Elementary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 26, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Looking closely at the Preamble of the Constitution, teachers will work with primary sources from the National Archives and consider how the interpretation of “We the People” has changed over time. Participants will leave the online program with strategies for teaching the Constitution in ways that expand its accessibility in their K–5 classrooms. Register Here


     

  • The Power to Vote: Who Decides? Workshop for Secondary Educators

    Education - Teacher Resources EducationWe Rule Civics For All of USEducation - Professional Development July 28, 2022 at 12:30 pm

    Discover classroom resources for teaching the dynamic history of the debate over voting rights in the United States. Participants in this online workshop will consider how to engage students in exploring  the role of the Constitution, the states, and ordinary citizens in this hallmark of democracy.  Register Here

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