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You Be the Judge
The Struggle Continues
Faces of Freedom
Marketplace of Ideas
Censorship: What Is It?
Musical Hit List
Draw the Line
The Freedom Express is a 45-foot traveling
museum that offers visitors an opportunity to
explore their First Amendment freedoms of
religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Interactive exhibits and thought-provoking
artifacts illustrate how the First Amendment
enables a healthy democracy, where we can freely
exchange ideas, consider multiple perspectives,
and act on issues that matter to us.
This exhibit guide is designed for both educators and students. It features in-depth information about each of the exhibits onboard the Freedom Express, along with links to related resources.
For educators and students who are not able to visit the Freedom Express, the exhibit guide can serve as a resource to supplement a wide array of social studies units.
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