Saturday, September 26, 2015

The National Constitution Center's "Religious Liberty" exhibition is free to all visitors


PENNSYLVANIA---Explore the role religious liberty played in early America and learn how freedom of religion became a right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. "Religious Liberty and the Founding of America," at the National Constitution Center is open now thought January 3,, 2016. The interactive display focuses on religious liberty in the colonies and the Constitution and the legacy of religious liberty. The historical materials on display, all lent for this show, include a 1741 Benjamin Franklin printing of Pennsylvania's Charter of Privileges, and writings by George Mason and Thomas Jefferson.