Constitution Week Keynote Address
Pace Jace Woodrum, Executive Director of the ACLU of South Carolina, will discuss South Carolina constitutional issues and the ACLU’s role in preserving civil liberties.
Monday, September 18th, 3 pm, Penland 106
The Constitution in Global Perspective
Dr. Courtney Kayser compares the US Constitution to those of other democracies to help us understand how its structure shapes voter options and election outcomes.
Tuesday, September 19th, 4:30 pm, Penland 110
What’s Up with the Supreme Court?
Dr. Elizabeth Georgian looks at how the recent changes in Supreme Court principles influences the outcomes of cases and life in America.
Wednesday, September 20th, 10 am, B&E 236
Abortion, Affirmative Action, and Anti-Trans Initiatives: Social Movements, the Supreme Court, and How History Can Help Us Understand the Present
Dr. Sarah King looks at recent developments in American politics and the Supreme Court and how they reflect a backlash against the social movements of the 1960s.
Thursday, September 21st, 3:05 pm, H&SS 210
Student Loan Forgiveness: Which Branch Should Make the Call?
Dr. Sarah Young looks at how competition between the branches of the federal government impacts student loan policy and student loan forgiveness.
Friday, September 22, 10 am, B&E 140
~All events are eligible for ICE Credit!~
The League of Women Voters will offer voter registration at each event— get ready to participate in American Democracy.
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