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National Conversations on Rights and Justice

AA-ExhibitMark-Color-1In 2016, in celebration of the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights, the National Archives hosted a series of conversations across the country to explore the continuing and often complicated issues of rights of our modern era. Building on the National Archives’ extensive holdings and hosted in a partner institution, this series of conversations covered a range of contemporary issues, encompassing human rights and civil rights and addressing the tension between individual rights and collective responsibilities.

Our Past Conversations:

The “National Conversation on Rights and Justice” is presented in part by AT&T, Ford Foundation, Seedlings Foundation, and the National Archives Foundation.