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The Patriotism Project Begins

The Patriotism Project Begins

We think that the reason people don’t know what to do during our National Anthem is because we’re not teaching it. The same is true for flag etiquette, or of awareness at our National Cemeteries, or how to respect veterans. If we don’t show the appropriate behavior, how can we expect future Americans to know it?

Raise Awareness To Honor Sacrifice

Raise Awareness To Honor Sacrifice

It is only through the suffering and sacrifice of the one percent of our citizens – our military – that the other 99 percent of us have the freedom and leisure to celebrate things like “the environment” and “going green.” Why don’t we find a way to honor that sacrifice?

The Plight of the Mount Moriah 96

The Plight of the Mount Moriah 96

There are 96 Civil War veterans buried at the Mount Moriah cemetery in Philadelphia, PA. Sadly, few would even know that there are graves there at all. The Patriotism Project will be working on this and related projects at Mount Moriah.

National Anthem Awareness

National Anthem Awareness

Respect for our National Anthem will only continue if we teach it. The Anthem should not only be powerful for those men and women who have risked their lives to defend it, but to all those who love the United States of America.

Televise the National Anthem

Televise the National Anthem

The Patriotism Project would like to continue and strengthen the respect for our National Anthem, and we believe that broadcasting its playing is an important step.

Honor The Fallen

Honor The Fallen

Those who have honorably served the United States of America should be treated with dignity and respect once they have fallen. The Patriotism Project would like to make sure that this is always the case, and bring attention and remediation to those where it is not.

Support the Patriotism Project

Support the Patriotism Project

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Our Mission

Our Mission

Our mission: To promote honor, respect, and gratitude towards the United States of America and those who defend her through education and outreach.

Contact The Patriotism Project

Contact The Patriotism Project

The Patriotism Project would love to hear from you! Our contact form will be online soon. Thanks for your patience!