These free Bill of Rights bookmarks are direct from LFD to remind you of your constitutional rights. They print in color, 4 to a page. Print MarkA on one side, MarkB on the other: BillOfRightsMarkA.pdf BillOfRightsMarkB.pdf
Here are 4 posters LFD has created that can be used to advertise democracy-related programs in libraries or wherever: LFD%20Jefferson%20Poster.pdf LFD%20Kennedy%20Poster.pdf LFD%20Madison%20Poster.pdf
Here's a link to a free coloring book of the US presidents. Download and print the pages you want. This is a fun educational activity for young voters-to-be: <a href="http://www.tlsbooks.com/presidentscoloringbook.html">
Get a pocket version of the US Constitution almost free. The National Center for Constitutional Studies offers a free pocket constitution if you send them a self-addressed envelope with 65 cents postage. You can also order these handy pocket constitutions in bulk for just $1 each. Everyone should have a pocket constitution: http://www.nccs.net/us_constitution.html.
This link will take you to a page of 30 great democracy-related, educational videos that can be viewed online: http://www.annenbergclassroom.org/page/all-videos.
Provided by the Einstein Institute, the book From Dictatorship to Democracy by Gene Sharp is available as a free PDF download. Click here for the PDF: http://www.aeinstein.org/organizations/org/FDTD.pdf