100 Days to Restore the Constitution: Video

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CCR's 100 Days Campaign

Over the last eight years, the Bush administration has systematically dismantled some of the most important rights and protections in the United States Constitution. In the first 100 days of office, President Obama can, often with the stroke of a pen, restore, protect, and expand the fundamental rights on which our nation was founded. It is up to all of us to see that he does.

The Center for Constitutional Rights' 100 Days Campaign focuses on the harm done by previous administrations and the hopes we have for making the country a better place for all.

Join us in telling the Obama administration what you want to see in the first 100 days. Look for a series of white papers, videos, speaking tours and online activism that will bring these issues front and center in the public debate.

Be heard: make a 60-second soapbox video

CCR's 100 Days VideosNow that President Obama has been elected, it's up to the people to let him and his administration know what we want done in the first 100 days to reset and restore the constitutional rights that have been stripped from us over the past eight years.

Join the 100 Days campaign by sending in your self-produced video expressing to the President the things you want done to restore lost freedoms. Check out the instructional video produced by renowned producer and documentarian Sabrina Gordon, it will give you an idea of what these minute-long, “60-Second Soapboxes” are all about!


We're aiming to gather 100 videos about the changes that need to happen in the first 100 days; the best of the videos will be presented on the CCR website along with other materials informing the President what the people have declared a need for.

use your own camera to make a short video to the Obama administrationThis is a sustained effort to neutralize the Bush legacy and restore the Constitution. See an overview of CCR's 100 Days Campaign.

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