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The "Bill of Rights Day 2017 - Birthday Cake Celebration" is in keeping with the National Education Project's ongoing effort to restore the Bill of Rights to America by providing a free printed copy of the Bill of Rights to every child in the Nation.

It is simply not possible to know your rights as an American if you do not have a printed copy of the Bill of Rights actually in your hands.

Which is why the Founding Fathers wrote it down in the first place 226 years ago.

IT’S A BIRTHDAY PARTY

FOR THE

BILL OF RIGHTS

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AND YOU ARE INVITED!

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2017, IS THE 226th BIRTHDAY

OF THE BILL OF RIGHTS

AND

WE ARE HAVING A WONDERFUL, NATION-WIDE

BIRTHDAY PARTY TO CELEBRATE

ONE OF THE MOST POWERFUL AND MAJESTIC DOCUMENTS

EVER CREATED BY A FREE PEOPLE

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YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE CORDIALLY INVITED

TO JOIN US FOR THIS GRAND,

OLD-FASHIONED PATRIOTIC EVENT

FOR ALL AMERICANS

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Here's all you need to do:

1.     Just log on to this website (www.National-Education-Project.org) at 8:30 p.m. EST, Friday, December 15, 2017.

2.     Click on the image below to get your free copy of the Bill of Rights:

 

 

3.     Then, together with our schoolchildren here in Washington, D.C., read the Bill of Rights over the Internet to the entire Nation.

To see the video of the children reading the Bill of Rights in 2016, just click on the arrow in the middle of the picture of the birthday cake below:



In addition to the national reading of the Bill of Rights on December 15, 2017, The National Education Project, Inc. is offering to provide a free birthday cake to every 4th grade classroom in Ward 6 of the District of Columbia (fourth grade is when children study the Bill of Rights in D.C.).

Called the "Bill of Rights Day 2017 - Birthday Cake Celebration," here are the details of this wonderful patriotic event:

  • The cake will be a sheet cake of sufficient size to provide a piece of cake to every child in the classroom, as well as the teacher, principal, and classroom aides.

  • Free plates, napkins, and utensils will also be provided to each school.

  • Each cake will be decorated with the phrase: "Happy Birthday, Bill of Rights, 226 Years Old, December 15, 2017."

  • All the cakes will be produced by a commercial bakery (e.g., Costco, Safeway, Whole Foods, Giant, etc.).

  • Every non-profit elementary school in Ward 6, public, charter, and parochial, will be invited to participate.

  • A school that has more than one 4th grade class will receive one sheet cake for each class.

  • There will be no cost whatsoever to the schools, or to the children or their families.

  • The National Education Project will pay all costs of the cakes, including the cost of delivery to the schools.

  • It is estimated 600 children or so will be directly participating (i.e., 20 children per class x 30 classes).

  • Although every elementary school in Ward 6 of the District of Columbia will be invited to participate, this event is purely voluntary on the part of the schools, principals, and classroom teachers.

  • It is our hope that the 4th grade teachers will incorporate lessons about the Bill of Rights into classroom activities during the week beginning Monday, December 11, 2017, culminating with the Bill of Rights birthday cake on Friday, December 15.

  • We also hope that the teachers will encourage their students to read the Bill of Rights that same evening, December 15, during the Project's "Fifth Annual, Live National Read-Along of the Bill of Rights over the Internet" at 8:30 p.m.

On December 15, 2017, the National Education Project will also offer to provide a free copy of the Bill of Rights to every child in every elementary school in Ward 6.

The children sign this remarkable document and then add their school picture, which is our gentle reminder to the children that the Bill of Rights belongs to them.

The children can then take the Bill of Rights home to post on the family's refrigerator door where it will serve to remind everyone in the family of the fundamental beliefs that bind us all as Americans.

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The National Education Project 2018 -- A Free Birthday Cake for Every Elementary School in Washington, D.C.

Next year, on December 15, 2018, the National Education Project plans to offer free birthday cakes and free copies of the Bill of Rights to every fourth grade class in every elementary school throughout the District of Columbia.

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The National Education Project -- The National Effort

This is the beginning of the Project's national effort to provide free birthday cakes and free copies of the Bill of Rights each year on December 15, Bill of Rights Day, to elementary schools in city after city throughout the country.

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The National Education Project – The International Effort

We also plan to provide free copies of the Bill of Rights to schoolchildren in a number of cities around the world, so that they may have the same blessings of liberty that the Bill of Rights now provides to all Americans.

During the past five years, the Bill of Rights has been loaded from our website in all 50 States and in 74 countries around the world.

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So send up a cheer on the 226th birthday of the Bill of Rights, and logon to www.National-Education-Project.org to join us for the "Fifth Annual, Live National Read-along of the Bill of Rights over the Internet" at 8:30 p.m. EST, on Friday, December 15, 2017.

You and your family would be most welcome!

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Please note that The National Education Project, Inc. is a non-partisan, non-political 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit corporation, and the Project does not recommend or encourage any particular interpretation of The Constitution of the United States or the Bill of Rights.

We simply give you a free copy of the Bill of Rights and you figure it out, which is your obligation as an American, especially if you have children.

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If you'd like to receive your free copy of the Bill of Rights now, just click on the image below.  Thank you. See you on December 15th.

 
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