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UD History Club 2nd Annual Constitutuion PanelUD History Club 2nd Annual Constitutuion PanelLive via Zoom<p> A Conversation on the Past, Present & Future of the Constitution & Delaware featuring prominent faculty and policymakers in a riveting discussion on the policies of the past and the future. This event will hopefully ensure that students, faculty, staff, and community do not forget the lessons of history in solving the problems of today. </p><p><strong>Live Via Zoom (link forthcoming)</strong></p><p>The event is free and open to the public, but we ask you to <strong><a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXjl9SM8el3x7Swy5ZiiYcNWNPiI2u8MxE44bQzagsGfAk1w/viewform?usp=sf_link" target="_blank">register here</a></strong> for the event so our panelists can prepare for your questions.</p><p><strong>Live Via Zoom (link forthcoming)</strong></p><p>The event is free and open to the public, but we ask you to <strong><a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdXjl9SM8el3x7Swy5ZiiYcNWNPiI2u8MxE44bQzagsGfAk1w/viewform?usp=sf_link" target="_blank">register here</a></strong> for the event so our panelists can prepare for your questions.</p><h3> First Panel: Constitution & Civil Rights</h3><p>This panel will be a discussion on the history of Reconstruction amendments as well as how they have evolved in a variety of constitutional and legislative advances since this defining period of American History.</p><p>Moderator: Professor Dael Norwood, History Club Faculty Advisor</p><p><strong>Panelists</strong></p><ul><li>Professor Alison Parker, History Department Chair</li><li>Professor John Martin, Political Science & International Relations</li><li>Professor Wayne Batchis, Legal Studies</li></ul><h3><br> <strong></strong></h3><h3>Second Panel: Current State & Federal Implications</h3><p>This panel will be a discussion surrounding the current issue areas of voting rights and criminal justice reform and how both the state and federal governments have addressed these vital issues in recent years.</p><p>Moderator: Professor Dael Norwood, History Club Faculty Advisor</p><p><strong>Panelists</strong>*</p><ul><li>Mike Brickner, Executive Director of ACLU-Delaware</li><li>Professor Theodore Davis, Political Science & International Relations</li><li>Professor Judith Ritter, Delaware Law School</li></ul><p><br></p><p>Supporting College Offices: Departments of History, Political Science & International Relations, and Africana Studies; the Biden Institute and the Career Center </p>9/17/2020 9:00:00 PM9/17/2020 11:00:00 PMFalse

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