Students examining the Sherrill Halbert Lincoln Collection, housed in the Learning Center.
The Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Library and Learning Center, an educational hub promoting public understanding of the judicial process, offers space for meetings and events, and audio display exhibits of historical and constitutional significance.
What We're About
The Anthony M. Kennedy Library and Learning Center was created to serve as an educational hub promoting public understanding of the judicial process and civil education through student participation. It provides spaces for meetings and events and hosts exhibits of historical and constitutional significance, all with the purpose of increasing civic education efforts in the Capitol City and beyond.
Where to Find Us
The Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Library and Learning Center is co-located with the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Branch Library in the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse in Sacramento.
Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse
501 I Street, Room 4-200
Sacramento, CA 95814
To promote public understanding of our independent judiciary's history and its role in protecting the constitutional and civil rights, fostering respect for the rule of law, and securing liberty and equal dignity for all.
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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Phone: (916) 930-4157