Everyone fancies themselves an editor…. Alas, most are mistaken.
Join your fellow (actual) writers and editors in touring the “Amending America” exhibit at the National Archives Museum in DC.
Learn more about the 11,000 amendments that have been proposed to the U.S. Constitution between 1787 and 2014. Only 27 amendments have succeeded and this year marks the 225th anniversary of the first 10, The Bill of Rights.
As proud and choosy wordsmiths, this exhibit was made for us! Of course, the other “Charters of Freedom” on display (including the Declaration of Independence) should also make our picky pens proud.
• National Archives Museum (Constitution Ave. between 7th and 9th streets)
• AMWA has 15 reserved timed entry tickets for 12:00 noon.
• Please arrive no later than 11:45 at the Exhibits entrance near the corner of 9th Street and Constitution Ave, NW.
• Touring the Archives collection takes about 90 minutes, but you are free to stay as long as you are able.
• The National Archives Café is open from 8 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. if you’d like a quick bite before or after the tour.
• Directions: http://www.archives.gov/museum/visit/