Ambrose Video Launches Documentaries on U.S. Constitution

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Video publisher Ambrose Video seeks to educate students and anyone interested in the U.S. government with the release of new documentaries focusing on the U.S. Constitution and the First Amendment.

David L. Hudson, Jr. - First Amendment Scholar

Every student should understand the history behind our Constitution and what Supreme Court decisions mean to our lives.

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Ambrose Video Publishing understands the vital role the government plays in the lives of its citizens. In their newest documentaries, Ambrose strives to give an unbiased and in-depth education about the Constitutional rights of the American people, the Supreme Court decisions regarding these rights, and the rich historical background that brought these rights to fruition.

“Every student should understand the history behind our Constitution and what Supreme Court decisions mean to our lives. We had such an overwhelming response to our initial series A History of the U.S. Constitution we felt it important to expand on that and include more issues, which we have done with these three new series,” says William Ambrose, President and CEO of Ambrose Video Publishing.

The First Amendment in the 21st Century series explores decisions affecting guaranteed rights made by the Judicial Branch of the government. Each of the eight programs is hosted by expert David L. Hudson, Jr., a scholar for the First Amendment Center and published author of a collection of books on the subject.

A History of Equal Rights in America documents the ongoing effort to gain a clear and permanent guarantee of privileges for women and all economically disadvantaged groups, from the right to own property to the formation of labor unions, women's suffrage, consumer rights, equal pay, Title IX and the Disabilities Act. Key historical individuals such as: Susan B. Anthony and Horace Mann, along with contemporary figures like Madeleine Albright; and issues such as the Supreme Court case Roe v. Wade are included.

A History of Civil Rights in America is a series that delineates the development of the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, the 13th and 14th Amendments, civil rights legislation, and court decisions, as well as examines fearless civil rights leaders such as Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez, Thurgood Marshall, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

The programs include historical and legal documents and are available to Universities, Schools and Consumers, and can be streamed at:
or purchased on DVD at:

About Ambrose Video
Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc. has been a leading educational producer for 25 years specializing in History, Science and Drama. Ambrose hosts a collection of over 1000 educational videos featuring timely science and history topics.


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