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Published on Sep 17, 2012
Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice David H. Souter took the stage on Friday, September 14 at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord, NH, for the opening event of Constitutionally Speaking, a pilot project aimed at engaging New Hampshire citizens in spirited, yet civil, dialogue about the Nation's founding document. The evening featured a conversation between Justice Souter and Margaret Warner, the Emmy award winning senior correspondent with PBS's nightly NewsHour who began her journalism career in New Hampshire at Foster's Daily Democrat and the Concord Monitor.
Constitutionally Speaking is a collaboration of the NH Supreme Court Society, the UNH School of Law, New Hampshire Humanities, and the newly established NH Institute for Civic Education. Justice Souter has been instrumental in the creation of the Institute, which will provide professional development opportunities to New Hampshire teachers so that civics education becomes a reality for all public school students beginning in Kindergarten and continuing through graduation from high school.