On Wednesday, September 15, join the Office of Civic and Service-Learning, other Massachusetts community colleges, and professionals from many state-wide organizations for a day of virtual panels exploring our rights under the Constitution, rights that are guaranteed in theory and endangered in practice and therefore need for us to actively assert and defend them: the rights of immigrants, the rights of the criminally accused, and the right to vote in the face of voter suppression.
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Format: Zoom webinar – visit https://bit.ly/constday21 to register
10:00am-11:20pm What Are the Constitutional and Human Rights of Unauthorized and Authorized Immigrants in the Past and Present Administrations?
11:30am-1:00pm What are the Effects of the Massachusetts Police Reform Bill on Officers and Citizens?
1:30pm-3:00pm What's the History of Voting Rights and Voter Suppression, What's Going on Now and What Can We Do About It?