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Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Reading Corner

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The Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Reading Corner is a quiet, welcoming place to learn about Justice Kennedy’s personally selected reading list called “Understanding Freedom’s Heritage: How to Keep and Defend Liberty.” His selections help bring alive key principles integral to our nation’s DNA. Although prepared for young people, this collection of books, speeches, letters, judicial writings and important founding documents provide thought provoking reading for people of all ages.

Instructional Programs

Instructional programs are an important aspect of the Foundation’s core, including activities to educate and train primary and secondary teachers on how to teach students about the role and importance of the judiciary in our constitutional system. The Foundation hopes to implement these activities and opportunities in partnership with national foundations.


 Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, the Hon. William B. Shubb and the Hon. Kimberly J. Mueller visiting the Learning Center.

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, the Hon. William B. Shubb and the Hon. Kimberly J. Mueller visiting the Learning Center.

 The Learning Center meeting space.

The Learning Center meeting space.

 Artwork from local students who participated in the Foundation's Operation Protect & Defend program.

Artwork from local students who participated in the Foundation's Operation Protect & Defend program.


Educational Exhibits

The Center's exhibits are a comprehensive collection of real exhibits and displays pertaining to the development of constitutional rights, the history of the Ninth Circuit, and notable cases from California's Eastern District. In addition, the Center displays artwork form local high school students about constitutional rights. 

Our Vision
To be a leader and model for civic education about the role federal courts play in a constitutional democracy that depends upon civil public discourse and citizen engagement with the judicial, legislative and executive branches.

Support
We are a charitable non-profit public benefit corporation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Foundation seeks both individual and institutional support, with an emphasis on support from public and private foundations that focus on making gifts and grants to support public education about the Nation's judicial heritage and the role of federal courts in California's history.1

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Contact
Email: contactSacJLC@gmail.com
Phone: (916) 930-4157