Justice in the Classroom – is our long-standing educational program in its fourth year of expansion into new parts of Virginia and beyond. We piloted a new lawyer/judge program in 2018-19. In 2020, we are building new AP lesson plans with footage from the forthcoming feature documentary about John Marshall’s lasting influence. We are also exploring an after-school program where students study and argue both sides of Supreme Court cases important to them.
The John Marshall Federal Courts Program – was formalized in July 2019 with William & Mary Law School and the Omohundro Institute of Early American Studies. Our first program, presented to the general public in February 2020, explored the role of the chief justice in impeachment.
John Marshall Library – In partnership with archivists affiliated with University of Richmond, University of Virginia, and George Washington’s Mount Vernon, JMF has begun developing the John Marshall Library, an open-source digital storehouse that will deliver curated content to students and scholars at every level.
John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics
PO Box 7090
Richmond, VA 23221
Virginia Museum of History & Culture
428 N. Arthur Ashe Blvd.
Richmond, VA 23220
John Marshall Center for Constitutional History & Civics is a non-partisan, non-profit 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.
All donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.