Hoosier families invited participate in virtual citizenship challenge

Editor’s note: This story has been updated.

Families looking for a fun way to engage together can gather around and test their brains during a virtual U.S. Citizenship Test challenge that will be hosted next week by the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site.

The site will host the free virtual citizenship challenge from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 28, via Zoom. Hoosiers are challenged to try their hand at the citizenship test and are encouraged to gather together as a family, set aside distractions and ignite a competitive spirit.

Bragging rights and a prize will be available for the team that comes out on top.

Credentials to participate in the challenge via zoom.us are here:

Zoom Meeting ID: 852 2579 4838

Zoom Password: 1888

The citizenship challenge is part of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site’s commitment to encouraging public participation in the American system of self-governance. In addition to welcoming visitors for general tours and more than 17,000 students for educational programs, the historic home is a voting site and hosts naturalization ceremonies. Also, in 2020, the site is a national partner on the Citizenship Project educational initiative supporting prospective U.S. citizens.

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