Adopted on December 15, 1791, as the first ten amendments to the Constitution, the Bill of Rights is the very basis of American ideals and guarantees the rights and privileges of all citizens. The Bill of Rights provides compelling images of everyday people and figures of historical importance, coupled with concise texts. To this day, the Bill of Rights has maintained its importance in courts of law at every level of government. “We are what we are,” said the late Supreme Court Justice William Brennan, “because we have those guarantees. . .faithfully enforced.”
Featuring twelve photomontage posters, The Bill of Rights surveys the famous document itself and other important amendments to the Constitution that changed the course of American history. Panel topics include:
The Bill of Rights is an exhibition produced by the Pennsylvania Humanities Council and organized by Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Bill of Rights is made possible in part by a We the People grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
|Content||6 double-sided panels (24” x 38”)|
7 support legs (78” tall)
|Space Requirements||60 square feet of floor space (5’ x 12’)|
|Shipping Weight and Dimensions||Travels in 1 plastic case:|
|Rental Period||4 weeks|
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The Bill of Rights press release.
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