Rarely a day goes by when the Constitution and what it means to everyday life doesn’t get invoked in the media—and in one-to-one conversations. My Daily Constitution seeks to clarify what the Constitution means to each and every one of us by partnering with communities across the country and creating dynamic public dialogues about constitutional issues. How do we do this? Lawyers, scholars, law students, and other members of your community come out and help guide discussions based on the constitution. The result? Candid, informative, respectful dialogues that get people thinking and talking in ways that transform. My Daily Constitution events take place in cafés, dance halls, bars, bookshops, restaurants, libraries, museums, churches, art galleries, parks—and anywhere else where people can gather and communicate. We take discussions about the constitution out of the lecture hall and courtroom—and put them in people’s daily lives, just where they can do the most good.