Constitution 101

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Downtown Library
Meeting Room 1B

Event Details

The United States Constitution, the founding document that serves as our nation’s supreme law, has influenced governments around the world. This in-depth six-part course on the Constitution is essential for anyone who wants to be a better-informed voter, leader, or citizen.

Instructor Robert Leming is National Director of the We the People Program for the Center for Civic Education, Civic Education Consultant for the Indiana Bar Foundation, and Professor of Graduate Studies at Kansas State University.

Please register once for all 6 sessions.

Constitution 101 programs this fall:
October 5: Philosophical & Historical Foundations
October 12: Creating the Constitution
October 19: Changes to the Constitution
October 26: Values & Principles Embodied in the Constitution
November 2: What Does the Bill of Rights Protect?
November 9: Challenges to American Constitutional Democracy

Sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Bloomington-Monroe County, made possible through the generosity of Bertina Rudman.

Event Type(s): Adult Program
Presenter: Robert Leming, National Director, We the People Program
Jim Gossman
(812) 349-3050

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