Independence Day Fireworks over Manhattan
Photography by: Joseph O. Holmes, NYC
“All men may be created equal, but all voices are not.”
James Earl Jones read excerpts from the Declaration of Independence in his unmistakable baritone on Tuesday, the day before Independence Day. The reading took place at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia during the unveiling of one of four surviving copies of the Magna Carta. The nearly 800-year-old “Great Charter,” which helped inspire the Declaration of Independence, is currently on loan from Great Britain’s Lincoln Cathedral.
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