What Our Policy Covers
This site (crfcap.org) is owned and operated by Constitutional Rights Foundation (“CRF” or “We”). We take your online privacy seriously and understand the importance of safe and secure information. This policy statement describes how CRF may collect, use, and protect information provided on this website.
What Information CRF May Collect
We collect only the following information that you provide to us voluntarily online:
How and When We Use Your Information
The information we collect is used for administering our business activities. From time-to-time, we may contact you to request voluntary financial support of Constitutional Rights Foundation, notify you of important changes to the website, or notify you about new services. In all cases, we will do our best to honor any user request not to receive such notifications.
How We Protect Your Information
We are a nonprofit organization that does not sell advertising. We may share aggregate statistics about site usage with our business partners. However, we will not sell, rent, license, or provide your information to any third party without your permission or unless we are required to do so by judicial, legal, or other government proceeding.
We take appropriate security measures to protect against unauthorized access to or unauthorized alteration, disclosure, or destruction of information. Financial transactions are handled through the secure server of our shopping cart service.
Your access to many services is password-protected. We advise that you do not disclose your password to anyone, and that you sign out at the end of your session on the website.
Privacy of Children
CRF is committed to protecting children’s online privacy and complies with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Therefore, CRF does not collect personal information from children under 13. We encourage parents of children under 13 to regularly check and monitor their children's use of e-mail and other activities online. We also encourage parents to consider using parental control tools available from online service providers and software manufacturers. These tools may be used to prevent children from disclosing their name, address, and other personal information when using the Internet.
Elective Course Lessons
Lesson 1: What is an Effective Citizen?
Lesson 2: Drawing Your Community
Lesson 3: The River (Day One)
Lesson 3: The River (Day Two)
Lesson 4: What is the Civic Action Project Website?
Lesson 5: Exploring Issues and Problems
Lesson 6: Policy Introduction
Lesson 7: Selecting an Issue
Lesson 8: Project Proposal Planner
Lesson 9: Policy Implications
Lesson 10: Analyzing Homelessness Policies
Lesson 11: Thinking It Through
Lesson 12: Persuading
Lesson 13 & 14: Team Presentations
Lesson 15: The Mayor's Speech
Lesson 16: Ask and Answer
Lesson 17: Civic Action Survey
Lesson 18: Support & Oppose
Lesson 19: Civic Action: Raising Awareness -- PSA
Lesson 20: Civic Action: What's Next
Lesson 21: CAP Report