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Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company wins a 2011 CINE Masters Series Award

Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company is this year’s winner of the CINE Masters Series Award in the category of Professional Non-Telecast Non-Fiction. The 2010 award went to Yick Wo and the Equal Protection Clause.

Watch both films online at the Annenberg Classroom website.

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New and Improved Online Viewing

The Annenberg Classroom site has been updated, so finding and viewing Constitution Project films is now easier than ever!

To enable fullscreen mode on any of the videos, choose “Watch Online,” then just double-click on the player.

We’re doing our best to ensure everything is up to date, but please give us a heads-up if you notice any broken links from our site to Annenberg’s.

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Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company wins 2011 CINE Special Jury Award

Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company is the winner of the 2011 CINE Special Jury Award for Adult Education and Entertainment.

Previously, both Edmonson and Let Freedom Swing! won CINE Golden Eagles. Edmonson now moves on to the next level of competition as a nominee for the Masters Series Award. Last year’s Masters Series winner for Professional Non-Telecast Non-Fiction was another Constitution Project film, Yick Wo and the Equal Protection Clause.

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Jury Selection and Let Freedom Swing win CINE Golden Eagle Awards

Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company and Let Freedom Swing have both won 2010 CINE Golden Eagle Awards!  The two films were among six awards given in the Adult Education and Entertainment category.

Check all of this season’s CINE Golden Eagle Award winners on the CINE website.

Watch A Call to Act Online

Watch the latest film in The Constitution Project onine now! A Call to Act tells the story of Lilly Ledbetter, who was discriminated against for decades at her job at Goodyear Tires. She took her case to the Supreme Court… and lost.  But that didn’t stop Lilly Ledbetter. She went to Congress and from there to the White House. The Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act was the first bill signed into law by President Obama.