Inquiry on Constitution project
rs at robertsheridan.com
Sat Feb 23 16:19:24 PST 2008
Freedom of mind: to protect the core we protect the fringe.
On Feb 23, 2008, at 11:42 AM, Robert Bradley wrote:
> I apologize for any cross-postings. I am working on a local community
> project where a certain number of signs, which are designed to
> the U.S. Constitution, will be placed at designated sites in a local
> community. There will probably be around five to six signs. The
> signs are
> meant to be informative to the general public walking by them. The
> will have space for some text and visuals, such as pictures and
> logically related to the text. I am seeking the advice of list-
> goers, given
> your interest and knowledge on the Constitution, as to themes that
> signs could be devoted to. I envision that each sign will be devoted
> to a
> single theme that will not be duplicated on any other sign. The
> signs will
> be essentially take the format of posters that will be about 3' by 3'.
> Replies can be sent directly to me at rbradley at ilstu.edu.
> Thanks for your time and attention.
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