The National Education Project, Inc.



The plain fact is that 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.

The main goal of The National Education Project, Inc. is to restore the Bill of Rights to America by providing a free copy of the Bill of Rights to children in elementary schools throughout the entire Nation.

To get a free copy of the Bill of Rights for your children, please click on the image below.

Then have the children sign it and put their school picture on it — our gentle reminder to the kids that the Bill of Rights belongs to them (which, of course, it does!).

The children can then post the Bill of Rights on the family's refrigerator door, where it will serve for the next 20 years as a reminder to everyone in the home of the fundamental beliefs, despite our differences, that binds us all as Americans.



Bill Of Rights

Honorable Warren E. Burger, Chief Justice of the United States (1969 to 1986) — Two Letters




  
the National Education Project's

"Bill of Rights Day 2020 - Birthday Cake Celebration"

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Each year, the National Education Project celebrates the birthday of the Bill of Rights on Bill of Rights Day, December 15.

This is a grand, old-fashioned patriotic event for all Americans to honor and commemorate the Bill of Rights — the greatest document of liberty ever created by a free people.

Of course, you can't have a true birthday party without a birthday cake, so we also provide to the elementary schools free birthday cakes from Costco, which are often delivered to the schools by local police officers.

So there it is: A Bill of Rights Day birthday party each year on December 15 in elementary schools across the country, with kids, teachers, cops, the Federal Bar Association, a reading by everyone of the Bill of Rights, and birthday cakes (as big as an aircraft carrier) from Costco.

And even a federal judge or two!

And singing!

If that's not America, I don't know what is.

The National Education Project, Inc., is a non-partisan, non-political, 501(c) (3), tax-exempt, non-profit corporation, which relies on the generosity of the American people to do its vital work (we do not receive government funds).

Please note that the National Education 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.

Please click the button below to make a $10.00 donation (tax-deductible) to keep this great work alive.

Thank you. Happy Birthday.
Norman Manasa
Director@National-Education-Project.org


National Results

Bill of Rights Day Celebrations Across the Country

2017, 2018 & 2019

During the past three years, The National Education Project, Inc. has sponsored Bill of Rights Day celebrations in public and parochial elementary schools throughout the country:

  • Chantilly, Virginia
  • Cleveland, Ohio
  • Killeen, Texas
  • Madison, Wisconsin
  • Miami Beach, Florida
  • New York City, Manhattan
  • New York City, Brooklyn
  • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • South Dade, Florida

These celebrations were a grand success, which can be best seen in the following video of Bill of Rights Day, December 14, 2018, provided by the New York City Police Department.  Please click here:  Twitter

So there it is: kids, cops, a birthday cake, a federal judge, singing, and the Bill of Rights.

America at its best!

Birthday Cake For the Bill of Rights

Please Join Us For The

National Reading of the Bill of Rights over the Internet

8:30 p.m. EST, Tuesday, December 15, 2020.

Each year on Bill of Rights Day, the National Education Project sponsors a live reading of the Bill of Rights to the entire Nation over the Internet. The reading is done by local 4th Graders here in Washington, D.C., and we are joined each year by thousands of Americans all across the country.

Please plan to join us this year and read the Bill of Rights along with our schoolchildren at 8:30 p.m. EST, Tuesday, December 15, 2020.

Here's all you need to do:

  1. Just log on to this website at 8:30 p.m. EST, Tuesday, December 15, 2020.
  2. Click on the image below to download 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. You and your family would be most welcome.

To see the wonderful video of the children reading the Bill of Rights, please click on the video below.

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.

Please Click Here to make a $10.00 donation (tax-deductible) to help provide to the next generation their great American heritage — Freedom, Liberty, and the Bill of Rights!


Contact

Phone
(202) 543-3500

Address
Mr. Norman Manasa
Director
The National Education Project, Inc.
656 6th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20002

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