Resources for Jewish American Heritage Month

Bulletin: The First Amendment
and the '3Rs' of Religious Liberty

A Brief Introduction to the FAIR Education Act
for Social Studies Educators

The Free Exercise of Religion in America

Teachers Corner
Resources and Lessons
Religion in American History
American Government and Religion
Religion in World History
World Religions and Philosophies
Institutes and Workshops
Digital Documentaries
How Do the 3Rs Apply in Schools?

World Religions on the Calendar

Subscribe to the CA3Rs Bulletin



The California Three Rs Project is partly based on ideas in Finding Common Ground by Charles C. Haynes and Oliver Thomas, a First Amendment guide to religion and public education published by the First Amendment Center. This document outlines the Rights guaranteed by the First Amendment, and the Responsibility that citizens have to protect and defend the rights of all Americans [even those with whom they disagree], and the Respect that is necessary to maintain civil discourse about issues when people disagree because of deeply held beliefs.


The California Three Rs Project co-sponsored by Constitutional Rights Foundation,
California County Superintendents Educational Services Association, and the Religious Freedom Education Project at Newseum

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