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In nearby Philadelphia 233 years ago on September 17, 1787, George Washington and 38 delegates signed the Constitution of the United States of America. Today, we celebrate the freedoms & liberties protected by this enduring document.
Please join the UD History Club for 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.
Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020
Live Via Zoom (register for link)
The event is free and open to the public, but we ask you to register here for the event so our panelists can prepare for your questions.
UD senior and History Club president Justin Richards, who conceived of
the panel discussion, explains in a recent UDaily article the motive behind the
Constitution Day event is to educate people on their rights so they can
hold on to them in the future. It's an effort supported by UD’s
Departments of History, Political Science and International Relations, Africana Studies, the Biden Institute and the Career Center.
First Panel: Constitution & Civil Rights
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.
Moderator: Professor Dael Norwood, History Club Faculty Advisor
Second Panel: Current State & Federal Implications
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
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