Read a summary of Independence Day to internalize a deeper commemoration

As we celebrate Independence Day, remember appreciation of Veterans and families, including those since 1776, and share with others the national history that:

America’s Veterans Day was born in Birmingham and Advanced in Alabama.

To share more with a teacher or another patriot, they can read about how Veterans Day started and the summary of Independence Day by reading online or getting the book:

Get the book Patriotism in Action with a guide about patriotic holidays and traditions

The United States celebrates annually the Declaration of
Independence as a free nation on July 4, 1776. We recognize
that day as the official time American Democracy was born.

Read more highlights about Independence Day

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About Dr. David Dyson

Mission: To empower people and communities to PLAN and LEAD in LIFE. Service Vision: 1) advise and assist educators to help students write Plans for School and Life, 2) help universities expand impact on students, alumni, professionals, plus branding for Colleges of Education. 3) help boards and management in communities to develop and improve plans, processes, and performance. Service niches include: Plan for School and Life - Best-Self Leadership - Community Founder and Director of Life Leaders America which provides monthly seminars on planning, best-self leadership, patriotism, and freedom as well as community development programs. Author, lecturer, and workshop leader using books and workbooks such as: Earning and Delegating Empowerment, Master Your Goliaths, Patriotism in Action, Professionalism Under Stress, Founding of America's Veterans Day Education, The Purpose of Life, Best-Self Leadership.
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