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Hosted by the National Archives Museum, Authors John Kowal and Wilfred Codrington III will discuss how generations have reshaped our founding document—the U.S. Constitution—amid some of the most colorful, contested, and controversial battles in American political life. It’s a story of how We the People have improved our government’s structure and expanded the scope of our democracy during eras of transformational social change.
Celebrate Constitution Day with a screening of a video from the National Constitution Center, followed by Q&A with Alma College faculty about how issues of free speech are shaping both science and society.
This online event is sponsored by the Alma College Pre-Law Program.