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Take the Sworn-Again America Oath
Less than 10 minutes

Take the Sworn-Again America Oath

By Citizen University

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31 Recommendations for Democracy
Less than 30 minutes

31 Recommendations for Democracy

By Commission on the Practice of Democratic Citizenship

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Civic Season Guide For Students and Teachers
Less than 30 minutes

Civic Season Guide For Students and Teachers

By New American History

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American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith
2 hours

American Democracy: A Great Leap of Faith

By Senator John Heinz History Center

01/01/2099 12:00 am

Virtual

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Editing the Declaration of Independence
1 hour

Editing the Declaration of Independence

By American Philosophical Society

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How We Became America: The Untold History
Less than 10 minutes

How We Became America: The Untold History

By American Battlefield Trust

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American Dreaming
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American Dreaming

By Define American

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Stories from Cambridge, Mass.

Stories from Cambridge, Mass.

By History Cambridge

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July 4th with the National Archives

July 4th with the National Archives

By National Archives

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Explore the History of Kansas and the American West

Explore the History of Kansas and the American West

By Watkins Museum of History

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Sharing the Wealth: The Legacy of C.S. Mott

Sharing the Wealth: The Legacy of C.S. Mott

By Ruth Mott Foundation/Applewood Estate

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Listen to a Podcast: The Demise of “Facts” in Political Dialogue

Listen to a Podcast: The Demise of “Facts” in Political Dialogue

By American Philosophical Society

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Panel: Protest & Citizenship (Part I)

Panel: Protest & Citizenship (Part I)

By Massachusetts Historical Society

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Your Ticket to the Inauguration

Your Ticket to the Inauguration

By Senator John Heinz History Center

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Who Were the Black Sailors of Gun Tub 10?

Who Were the Black Sailors of Gun Tub 10?

By Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

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Explore Smithsonian Social Studies Online

Explore Smithsonian Social Studies Online

By Smithsonian's National Museum of American History

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The Legislative Process: Congress at Work

The Legislative Process: Congress at Work

By National Archives

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John Lewis on “All Men Are Created Equal”

John Lewis on “All Men Are Created Equal”

By Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello

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Freedom and the Future of Learning

Freedom and the Future of Learning

By got history?

Anytime / On your own

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