What is the enduring relevance of the US Constitution and why is it still so important for everyone, especially young people, to have meaningful conversations about it?
In this recap episode of the Re-vision podcast, we talk to Jeffrey Rosen, CEO of the National Constitution Center, America’s leading platform for constitutional education and debate. He joins us remotely to share his insights and perspectives from working at the forefront of these issues.
Re-vision is a four-part podcast series about the US Constitution created by PA Humanities. It explores how some of Founders’ revolutionary ideas — like freedom of speech and the right to a speedy trial — apply to contemporary issues. Hosted by Lee Stabert, editor in chief of Keystone Edge, each episode pairs a scholar with a working practitioner to discuss the meaning and intentions of this founding document and its real life implications today. The podcast emerged from the If You Were In The Room project.
Re-vision has been made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities as part of the A More Perfect Union initiative. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities, PA Humanities, or their partners.