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Constitution Day: What Does Democracy Mean to You?

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09/17/2021
Zoom
12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

The Democracy Commitment at MCC, PEACE Committee, and Department of Anthropology, History, Political Science, and Sociology are happy to bring you a Constitution Day discussion, What Does Democracy Mean to You?

Many argue American democracy is at a crossroads. If true, it is important to investigate the origins and evolution of American democracy, analyze current trends, and discuss how we can build a stronger and more inclusive democratic society. Join John Delate (American History), Robert Muhlnickel (Philosophy), Bethany Gizi (Sociology), and Joe Scanlon (Political Science) to discuss the historical, philosophical, social, and political features of American democracy. This is an interactive opportunity to learn about the past and present features of American democracy and share your personal expectations for American Democracy. This event is free and open to the public. 

When: September 17, 12pm-1pm

Where: Zoom

Registration link: https://monroecommunity.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0qde6qrDooGdH WtrS2dYSkN-PD_TNObgsQ)

Attachments:
Constitution Day 2021 (1).pdf

CONTACT: jscanlon1@monroecc.edu
SPONSOR: The Democracy Commitment at MCC, PEACE Committee, and Department of Anthropology, History, Political Science, and Sociology