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Standard USG.4.IP

USG.4.IP Describe and evaluate the ways citizens can participate in the political process at the local, state, national, and global levels.

Grade(s): 12

Subject(s): Social Studies

Year: 2019

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James Otis Lecture 2020 (Full Program)
James Otis Lecture 2020 (Full Program)

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The 2020 James Otis Lecture will feature Richard Gergel, United States district judge, providing an informative presentation about his book “Unexampled Courage,” which details the impact of the...
One Vote | Facts of Congress
One Vote | Facts of Congress

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This series of 30 animated, short programs are fast-paced and rich in content to interest students about facts, history and operations of our Congress. The programs address citizenship and...
How To Learn More | Facts of Congress
How To Learn More | Facts of Congress

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To learn more about Congress, this video points out several helpful websites like: house.gov senate.gov tpscongress.org (Center on Congress) loc.gov (Library of Congress)
How To Do More | Facts of Congress
How To Do More | Facts of Congress

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You are never too young to get involved with your government. Is there a particular issue in your community that interests you? Ask an adult to help you find out how to learn more about an issue or...
Citizen Participation | Facts of Congress
Citizen Participation | Facts of Congress

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The United States depends on citizen participation. If you don't participate and discuss what you want, you will not see the results you desire. To participate, you can write to your representative...
Jennet Alterman on the Importance of Female Voting
Jennet Alterman on the Importance of Female Voting

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In a Palmetto Voices exclusive for Ready to Vote, Jennet Alterman, women's rights activist and former Executive Director of the Charleston Center for Women, explains why it is so important for women...