eAs you get ready to celebrate Independence Day and to celebrate America, we have put together some resources for you to use, and a suggested theme of “The Promise of 1776.”
We have a great Flag Waving Guide available to help you plan a short, fun flag waving event, as well as sign suggestions based on the theme that you can use.
We also have a bunch of social media posts that you can use to advocate for American values and defend the American founding. If you do not use social media, you can simply send the images and quotes via email or post them on a website if you have one to help spread the messages.
To utilize these posts, simply right-click a graphic below (on a computer) or hold down your finger (on a mobile device) to bring up the popup menu and select “Copy.” You can then paste the graphic into your social media field (there are different shapes of graphics below for Facebook and Twitter). Finally, repeat the same process to copy the text that we have added below the graphic and paste it into the your post.
Use this Post Text: Our united political engagement is the foundation of our great nation and will continue to be.
Use this Post Text: The promise of 1776 is for all Americans, and an inspiration to those still yearning to be free around the world.
Use this Post Text: The Declaration of Independence and Constitution are a road map from 1776 to 1865 and beyond! They promise and enshrine freedoms for ALL Americans!
Susan B. Anthony
Use this Post Text: We reach our fullest potential when we are free. Happy Independence Day!
Martin Luther King Jr.
Use this Post Text: The promise of 1776 protects the unalienable rights of Americans of every creed and color.
Use this Post Text: The promise of 1776 is a promise we make to each other. We must boldly stand for truth, justice and liberty.
Justice Clarence Thomas
Use this Post Text: The founders knew that individual rights were the cornerstone of a free and lasting republic.
Use this Post Text: The promise of 1776 defeated slavery. The American flag is the banner of true liberty.
Use this Post Text: In 1776, the founders formed a nation of freedom and liberty.
Use this Post Text: America's founding documents are guiding lights, guaranteeing liberty and justice for all!
Use this Post Text: Our rights are most in danger when crises arise. We must stay committed to liberty and justice for all!
Marc T. Little
Use this Post Text: We remain bound by our creator as one nation under God, indivisible with liberty and justice for all.