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What Does Citizenship Mean as an American?

What Does Citizenship Mean as an American?
1 hour

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Colonial Williamsburg

What are the responsibilities and opportunities of citizenship in our republic? Do we all have the same rights as citizens? Do we all view citizenship the same way? Watch a panel discussion between prominent voices in national affairs as they examine American citizenship.

Panelists Cora Masters Barry, Founder and CEO of the Recreation Wish List Committee, Carly Fiorina, Chair of the Colonial Williamsburg Board of Trustees, and Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center discussed the role of citizenship in our nation and in our own communities in this cornerstone event of Colonial Williamsburg’s national conversation series, US: Past, Present, Future, now available to watch on YouTube or at colonialwilliamsburg.org/us.

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