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Thank you for registering for the upcoming webinar, “Heroes of the Civil War.” We are eager to discuss a few of the greatest heroes in American history and are glad you plan to join us on April 11th!
We’re holding this webinar in a strange time when heroes of the past are commonly derided, their statues are torn down, and their stories are erased from textbooks.
The clear-sighted vision of men like Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant, and Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, who knew what they were saving, is a stark contrast to the confusion of many today who have no idea what America stands for.
That’s why we believe that we must continue to preserve the legacies of men like these, who had a vision of America and were able to lead others towards that vision. We hope you will gain a better understanding of the extraordinary lives of these men who helped to preserve our nation and the significance of our Founding documents.
Ashbrook aims to educate our fellow Americans in the history and Founding principles of our country and the habits of reflection and choice necessary to perpetuate our republic. Simply put, we are in the freedom business.
Our Founders knew that for our freedom to endure, Americans need to understand the principles of self-government and their rights and duties as citizens. Therein lies the most essential purpose of American education.
If you share our conviction that heroes like Lincoln, Grant, and Chamberlain should be studied rather than suppressed, would you consider strengthening American education today by making a contribution to the Ashbrook Center? Your gift will make it possible for others to participate in educational webinars like this one.
And your generous contribution will:
- Help restore the foundation of civic education in America and reach the young through those who teach the young.
- Equip teachers to help their students discover the truth about America and become citizens who understand, honor, and uphold America’s Founding principles of freedom.
- Supplement or replace textbooks with original documents in classrooms across the country.
- Prepare Americans of all ages to have civil conversations about sensitive issues in American history and politics.
- Fund opportunities for high school students to participate in the summer Ashbrook Academy and learn what it means to be American.
- Educate undergraduate students in the Ashbrook Scholar Program to be principled leaders for America’s future.
Your contribution to the Ashbrook Center will make a critical difference in developing the educated citizenry necessary to secure America’s legacy of freedom and opportunity.
You can make your tax-deductible donation to Ashbrook with the secure form below: