Our national civics program, Constitution in the Classroom, brings ACS members into primary and secondary classrooms across the country to raise awareness of fundamental constitutional principles. Our members have helped educate thousands of students on vital issues of the day.
ACS certainly has been busy. Take a look at the2011-2012 ACS Biennial Report, which provides a closer look at how we've been shaping debate, building networks and making a difference on issues across the spectrum over the past few years. The 24-page report includes pictures from myriad events, quotes from people we've impacted, lists of all our chapters and financial highlights.
In the wake of Shelby County v. Holder and in the face of a persistent assault on the right to vote, ACS continues to serve as a voting rights resource. At the 2014 ACS National Convention, Wendy Weiser, Director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center, led a conversation on the current state of voting rights. ACS also published an Issue Brief defending the constitutionality of provisions of the Voting Rights Amendment Act, which seeks to reverse some of the damage done by the Shelby.