To build the civic culture, we need to know our rights and duties as well as those of the State. The best way to get this done would be to create a vast movement where the Government would finance the building of "human rights and duties enlightenment centers, with biomaterial first in all counties and then in all towns. In measure two of the Action Plan's "justice" section, we covered this question. We cut-paste:
MEASURE 2: THE PROMOTION OF CIVIC “LIGHTHOUSE” CLINICS. Legislation to promote civic and human rights light-house (or enlightenment) centers to be established first in each of our 39 counties and then, after a trial period, in each town and enlivened with art, music, education on human rights and duties, equal access to justice and civil law training workshops, minorities rights seminars and everything else that will help Washingtonians to be free from the chains of ignorance and predatory abuse.
Pending the construction of these centers, it is important to self-educate on the anti-tyranny and pro civic culture skills. To examine the Action Plan's measures in this field, from tools to ward off electoral fraud to tools which build skills to contribute in keeping the Government balanced and responsible. Mouse click here for this information.
The Action Plan's tools and measures to rebuild and fortify our Justice system is part of the civic culture and those 12 measures can be reviewed with a double mouse click here.
Lastly for now, one of our most powerful tools for civic change is to organize Conventions for constitutional revisions in all of our 50 States as well as with the Federal Constitution. Click here for the Freedom Action Committee's Constitutional "clean-up" plan Declaration for this issue.
Hereinafter a few self help and information links on the building of the civic culture.