Constitution Day September 17: Special Event

Celebrate Constitution Day with Brookens Library & ECCE on Monday, September 17th. Faculty in the Library Instructional Services Program have partnered with UIS’ Legal Studies Department and the American Library Association’s (ALA) Office of Intellectual Freedom to present an ECCE Speaker event with a focus on freedoms enshrined in the US Constitution.

Our panel guests for Contemporary Attacks on American Constitutional Freedom: Hate Speech, Political Speech, and the Right to Privacy will include James LaRue, Director of the ALA’s Office of Intellectual Freedom and Professors Deborah Anthony & Eugene McCarthy from Legal Studies.

Join us for what is sure to be a highly informative panel presentation followed by a lively question and answer period. Refreshments will be served following the Q&A and will also offer an opportunity for direct conversation with our panel guests.

The first 50 audience members to arrive in Brookens Auditorium for the talk will receive a pocket Constitution!

What:   ECCE Speaker Series: Contemporary Attacks on American Constitutional Freedom: Hate Speech, Political Speech, and the Right to Privacy

When: Monday, September 17th, 6:00 pm

Where: Brookens Auditorium

Brookens Library is proud to be an official depository of the Federal Depository Library Program. We can assist in locating and accessing federal government information. In addition, we can assist with accessing state government information.

For direct exploration of many of our government information resources see: Government Information https://libguides.uis.edu/docs.

Related Library Research Guides:

Legal Studies: https://libguides.uis.edu/les

Political Science: https://libguides.uis.edu/psc

For further information please contact Pamela M. Salela at: psale2@uis.edu or Sally LaJoie at slajo2@uis.edu.

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