Rights and Wrongs: A Constitution and Citizenship Day Conference at SF State

Tuesday, September 18, 2018


J. Paul Leonard Library and Cesar Chavez Student Center
College of Liberal and Creative Arts
Marc Stein


As part of a nationwide celebration commemorating the 231st anniversary of the U.S. Constitution, San Francisco State presents a two-day conference providing opportunities to reflect critically on the past, present and future of constitutional rights, freedoms, citizenship, democracy, equality and justice. Keynote speaker: Ian F. Haney Lopez, Earl Warren Professor of Public Law, University of California, Berkeley. "The Future of Whiteness: Dog Whistle Politics or Cross-Racial Solidarity? 11 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Co-sponsors: College of Ethnic Studies, College of Extended Learning, Division of Graduate Studies, Documentary Film Institute, History Department, History Students Association, Labor Archives and Research Center, Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability, Modern Languages and Literatures Department, Paralegal Studies Program, Philosophy Department, Political Science Department, School of Public Affairs and Civic Engagement, Sociology and Sexuality Studies Department, and the Jamie and Phyllis Pasker Chair in U.S. History.


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