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Joined April 2009
#ICYMI: All of this week’s classes on the presidency and the executive branch are now available on YouTube! Find introductory and advanced classes and a conversation with @unc_law's @MichaelGerhard8! Subscribe to the channel for more educational content! ow.ly/4gW450GYmMe
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.@FSUCollegeofLaw’s @maryrziegler and @NDLaw’s @cartersnead return to #WTPpodcast to unpack the oral arguments in the #SCOTUS case on Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban. Listen to learn more about Dobbs v. Jackson and the future of reproductive rights: ow.ly/LH3H50H35lY
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What does the Dobbs v. Jackson #SCOTUS case on abortions in Mississippi mean for reproductive rights across the country? Listen to #WTPpodcast for more: ow.ly/otPP50H34Kj
Our second #WeThePeople episode on the Dobbs abortion case is live! With @maryrziegler and @cartersnead, we recapped the historical oral arguments, asking what each Justice's questions signaled about whether #SCOTUS will overturn Roe megaphone.link/NCC9771511781
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It’s quite possible that many Americans have seen the art work of Gilbert Stuart more than any other painter. But what do you really know about the founding-era artist? In honor of Stuart’s birthday #OnThisDay in 1755, we look back on his legacy: ow.ly/peT250GYCpb
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How have poets and poetry influenced the Constitution and America’s core democratic principles? #AmericasTownHall on Dec. 8 at 12 p.m. answers just that question. Register for a discussion with literature professors and political scientists: ow.ly/MuUv50GYGU1
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#OnThisDay in 1954, the Senate voted on a motion that condemned Senator Joseph McCarthy for his conduct during public hearings. #ConstitutionDaily explores McCarthy’s fall from power: ow.ly/m0Px50H04pb
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Did you know? The Constitution grants far fewer explicit powers to the president in Article II than it does to the Congress in Article I. Join @unc_law’s @MichaelGerhard8 tomorrow at 1 p.m. ET to learn more about the executive branch! ow.ly/9vhr50H251t
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Listen to this week’s #LiveatNCC to hear @ColumbiaLaw’s Jessica Bulman-Pozen, @Yale’s Stephen Skowronek, and @UVALaw’s Saikrishna Prakash discuss if the presidency needs reform with @RosenJeffrey #AmericasTownHall ow.ly/F1pq50H1T2v
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#OnThisDay in 1955, Rosa Parks made history after she refused to give up her seat on a crowded bus to a white passenger. Learn more about Parks’ role in helping to end segregation on #ConstitutionDaily: ow.ly/xh4u50GYCeQ
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On our most recent #WTPpodcast episode, @FSUCollegeofLaw’s @maryrziegler and @NDLaw’s @cartersnead discussed Mississippi’s abortion ban with @RosenJeffrey Listen to learn more about the upcoming #SCOTUS case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization: ow.ly/A2X450H01B4
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Ahead of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization oral arguments at #SCOTUS tomorrow, tune in to our most recent #WTPpodcast episode to preview the case and its implications. @RosenJeffrey discusses with @maryrziegler and @cartersnead: ow.ly/A2X450H01B4
This week, #SCOTUS hears oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson, the most significant abortion case in 3 decades. On #WeThePeople, I asked @maryrziegler and @cartersnead to summarize the arguments in the briefs for and against overturning Roe v. Wade. constitutioncenter.org/inter…
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This #GivingTuesday, DOUBLE your impact by supporting the #WTPpodcast! In honor of 234 years of the U.S. Constitution, gifts to the We the People podcast will be matched up to a total of $234k, thanks to @Templeton ow.ly/rjiu50GYGl9
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On Dec. 3 at 1 p.m. ET, @unc_law’s @MichaelGerhard8 joins @RosenJeffrey for a lively discussion on Article II of the Constitution and the executive branch of our government. Learners of all ages can register now: ow.ly/nsnK50GZzsj
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TONIGHT at 7 p.m. ET: Don’t miss #AmericasTownHall with @UISedu’s Michael Burlingame, @Harvard_Law’s @NoahRFeldman, and @LoyolaMaryland’s Diana Schaub on Lincoln’s speeches and constitutional vision. Register here: ow.ly/tLcE50GTIcr
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Sir Winston Churchill was born #OnThisDay in 1874. Constitution Daily looks back at what the British leader and author had to say about the American Constitution, which was quite a lot. ow.ly/PCqY50GTHXF
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Explore the ways Native Americans influenced the early development of the U.S. Constitution on this week’s #LiveatNCC. Listen to @MaggieBlackhawk, Donald Grinde Jr., Gregory Dowd, @woodyholtonusc, and @RosenJeffrey discuss:
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What is the job of the president? In this week’s classes, students learn how the founding generation came up with the idea of a president and how the presidency has evolved over time. Register for classes on Dec. 1 at 12 p.m. and 2 p.m. ET: ow.ly/2WUY50GYl1G
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In #AmericasTownHall, authors @UISedu’s Michael Burlingame, @Harvard_Law’s @NoahRFeldman, and @LoyolaMaryland’s Diana Schaub discuss Lincoln’s speeches to reveal the president’s constitutional vision. Register for the FREE program on Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. ET: ow.ly/tLcE50GTIcr
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