Since its conception, Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation has raised more than $140 million to fight childhood cancer.

On April 15, enjoy family-friendly programming, food trucks, and more during the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Family Festival!

Admission is FREE for kids 18 and under.

50% of all proceeds will be donated to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for childhood cancer research. This event...
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Alex’s Lemonade Stand Family Festival - National Constitution Center
#OnThisDay in 1930, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was born in El Paso, Texas.

Nominated by President Reagan, O'Connor was the first women to sit on the Supreme Court in 1981. She wore this judicial robe from her first term until 2003, when she replaced it with a new one.

See it at the National Constitution Center, courtesy of Sandra Day O’Connor, Associate Justice.

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#AmericanNationalTree: #OnThisDay in 1933, the Native American scholar and activist Vine Deloria was born.

Deloria was a forceful advocate of self-rule for Indians. He argued that relations between Indian nations and the U.S. government should not be governed by the Constitution, but by treaties. The Constitution, he said, does not provide legal rights for Native Americans. His best-known...
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If accepted by the Supreme Court, the Al-Nashiri case could lead to a significant ruling from the Justices.

Major test of war crimes courts reaches Justices - National Constitution Center
#FreedomDay 2017 will explore what #JamesMadison and the other constitutional framers would think of today’s presidency, congress, courts, and media.

Participating organizations include The Federalist Society, American Constitution Society for Law and Policy, The New York Times, ACLU of Pennsylvania, the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC, and many more.

Freedom Day - National Constitution Center
#AmericanNationalTree: #OnThisDay in 1965, the civil rights activist Viola Liuzzo was murdered by the Ku Klux Klan.

Liuzzo grew up in the South, married twice and had five children. She went back to school at the age of 36 and graduated from Wayne State University as a medical lab technician.

Liuzzo belonged to the NAACP at the height of the civil rights movement. In 1965, she marched with...
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The fourth circuit sets an accelerated schedule for the review of President Donald J. Trump's revised immigration order.

Appeals court sets schedule on Trump immigration appeal - National Constitution Center
"One of the great constitutional myths is the principle of executive privilege."

When Presidents use executive privilege - National Constitution Center
President Donald J. Trump's nomination to the Supreme Court is set to move through the Senate in the next few weeks.

Where does the Gorsuch nomination process go next? - National Constitution Center
#OnThisDay in 1765, the British Parliament passed the Quartering Act, allowing British soldiers to occupy certain colonial buildings.

Redcoats in the house? Some myths behind the Third Amendment - National Constitution Center
We the People: Guests discuss Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearings and how he could potentially impact the Supreme Court.

The Gorsuch hearings and the future of the Constitution
The federal appeals court has been asked to order a speedy review of the legality of President Donald J. Trump's revised order.

Trump team seeks speedy court review on immigration - National Constitution Center
#OnThisDay in 1775, Patrick Henry allegedly delivered his most-famous quote: “Give me liberty, or give me death!”

On This Day: Patrick Henry’s most-famous quote - National Constitution Center
Gorsuch defended his lower-court ruling when asked about the Supreme Court's recent decision during his hearing.

Gorsuch testimony concluding amid ironic Supreme Court decision - National Constitution Center
Supreme Court nominee Neil #Gorsuch mentions the National Constitution Center while speaking about the Founders.

Gorsuch mentions Constitution Center during testimony - National Constitution Center
The Court rules in favor of disabled student, bringing attention to a 2008 opinion written by Judge Neil Gorsuch.

Disabled students’ education rights upgraded by Supreme Court - National Constitution Center
KQED Forum: CEO Jeffrey Rosen discusses Judge Gorsuch’s jurisprudence and the politics surrounding his confirmation.

Partisan Divide Evident as Judge Gorsuch Delivers Message of Unity at Confirmation Hearing
Constitution Daily looks at Judge Gorsuch's second day of Supreme Court confirmation hearings.

Gorsuch grilled, praised during second day of hearings - National Constitution Center
Senator Chuck Grassley mentions National Constitution Center CEO Jeffrey Rosen during Tuesday's Gorsuch hearing.

Constitution Center CEO gets mention during Gorsuch’s hearing - National Constitution Center