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The U.S. Constitution is under attack.

And, until recently, at Kellogg Community College in Michigan, passing it out could get you arrested.

That’s exactly what happened to a group of students who stood in an outdoor area of campus to hand out pocket-sized copies of the Constitution.

When school officials told the group it needed a permit to engage in these activities, the group explained that they had a First Amendment right to be there. Later that day, campus security put them in handcuffs and threw them in the county jail.

Unfortunately, this isn’t an isolated case. Students, right here in the United States, are being forcibly stopped from voicing support for founding principles.

Despicable.

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If that’s not enough, the National Archives have now added “trigger warnings” on the Constitution and Declaration of Independence.

Make no mistake: We are in a battle for the very heart and soul of this nation.

Generations have sacrificed to defend freedom. Now it’s our turn.

At Alliance Defending Freedom, we’re committed to ensuring that when the constitutional rights of Americans are violated, they can have access to a strong legal defense — free of charge. Those who stand for what’s right should never have to stand alone.

But we can’t do it without your support. Will you give whatever you can to help fuel our efforts today?

This Constitution Day, your gift of $100 or more may qualify for a *match, DOUBLING your impact in the fight!

*Gifts of $100 or more will be matched, up to $5,000 for new ministry friends and current ministry friends whose previous gifts have not surpassed $100.

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