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ABOUT US

The John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics, founded in 1987 and located at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, preserves and honors John Marshall’s judicial legacy by engaging and educating the public about the rule of law under the Constitution, bringing civics, scholarship, and conversation to our classrooms and communities.

We invite you to join us at the Center! Read our digital brochure for a quick overview of our civics education program, Justice in the Classroom, our new civics series, PopCiv, our impact, and ways to get involved.

June 2021 Event

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Working toward a more perfect union

On June 30, JMC presents Female African American Civil Rights Pioneers: The Road to Brown and Beyond with JMC Board Member Professor Beth Hopkins, Wake Forest University Law (Retired). Free to members; $10 to non-members. Join now!

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